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The Air Jordan 1 Low Appears With Blue Gradients And Golden Accents

The Air Jordan 1 Low Appears With Blue Gradients And Golden Accents

The Air Jordan 1 Low has historically been a lifestyle-focused model. As such, the low-top silhouette has indulged in experimental color schemes fit for casual wear.

Recently, the sneaker emerged in an experimental finish that abandons any and all hues associated with Michael Jordan’s playing career. An all-white look appears via the base layer, but leather panels around the forefoot, along the tongue, and across the heel deviate in eye-catching shades of blue in gradient makeups. Shimmering gold accents surface on the toe box in the form of a Jumpman logo and near the tongue via metal eyelets. Non-standard “23” logos appear on the sockliners, while “Wings” insignias on the spine also offer a luxurious touch to the Air Jordan sneaker. Lastly, tried-and-proven outsoles round out the pair in a semi-translucent, icy blue finish.

Enjoy official photos of the style ahead, and anticipate a nike.com launch before summer ends.

For more sneaker news, check out the latest Nike Air Max releases.

WHERE TO BUY

Air Jordan 1 Low

SKU: FN8899-131
RETAIL PRICE: $120
RELEASE DATE: Jul 26, 2023

US 07/26/2023 Wednesday

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