The Air Jordan 1 Low OG Undergoes Hoya Paranoia For Georgetown’s PE

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In total Jordan Brand sponsors nine collegiate athletic programs from Power 5 schools to a trio of HBCUs. Over the past few weeks, the aforementioned universities have begun receiving their own luxuriously-filled Air Jordan 1 Low OG exclusive to each school’s color scheme. Recently hiring former Providence head coach Ed Cooley to lead the men’s basketball program, the Georgetown Hoyas are the most recent school within the Jumpman family to receive their own PE.

While each silhouette is dressed in a disparate palette, the overlays’ crystalized glossy finish and quilted liners remain consistent throughout each program’s pair alongside the gum tread underfoot. Indulging in the greyscale section of the Hoya’s color scheme, a glossy light grey shimmers atop the simplistic “Sail” treated underlays. In stark contrast, the textured mid-foot Swoosh comes complimented by a pitch-dark navy in tandem with the embroidered forefoot Check whereas a duo of blues fills the tongue tabs. Additionally stretching the monochrome tincture along the dimpled sock liner, synonymous embellishments persist through the school’s kente cloth pattern anchoring the insoles with Georgetown “G” branding.

Reserved exclusively for current and former student-athletes, you can enjoy an official look at the Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Georgetown” PE below.

For more underneath the Jumpman banner, the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Olive” releases on April 26th.

Photos via EnglishSole.

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