This Air Jordan 1 Low “Hoops” Is High Energy

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As one of the more experimental trims of Michael Jordan’s first signature shoe, the Air Jordan 1 Low has introduced handfuls of eye-catching color schemes and themes over the last 37 years. Recently, the lifestyle-oriented sneaker emerged in a high energy ensemble for kids under the “Hoops” banner.

At quick glance, the kid’s retro draws comparisons to the Air Jordan 1 “True Blue” set to release in January 2023. Closer inspection, however, reveals hits of neon green, bold orange and near-fluorescent red that make the pair one-of-a-kind. Patent leather overlays take over the lower heel, with the left shoe donning a video game-appropriate “23.” figure; branding on the top of the tongue couples Jumpman logos with a series of basketball and video game-related graphics. Underfoot, off-white midsoles work in-tandem with statement-making stitching and tread, further expanding the Air Jordan line’s color schemes.

Enjoy official images of the pair ahead, as you anticipate a Nike.com launch soon.

For more from under the NIKE, Inc. umbrella, check out the latest Air Max releases.

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