The Jordan Nu Retro 1 Receives A Monochromatic Dressing

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Stashed away in Beaverton archives for more than two decades, the Jordan Nu Retro 1 was dusted off at the tail end of 2022 for a duo of styles inspired by classic Jordan Brand color blockings. With Jordan Brand’s latest signature athlete most recently collaborating on his own ensemble, the silhouette now returns to a slate of general release efforts.

Providing a greyscale contrast to the latter few ensembles, the flat leather base layer dawns a jet-black association, allowing for its vamp and heel counter to collect in an accenting assortment of greys. Embossing the brand’s staple winged insignia atop its mid-foot panels, the latter crisp white outfit illuminates the otherwise murky assortment of tinctures whereas a split white and grey sole unit embarks underfoot featuring a seldom swatch of icy blue along its tread in conclusion.

While we await the pair’s expected release date, in the meantime enjoy official images of the Jordan Nu Retro 1 “White/Grey” below.

For more underneath the Jumpman banner, check out the recently unveiled imagery of the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Olive”.


Jordan Nu Retro 1

SKU: DV5141-106

US 2023

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