Olive Green And Brown Transition An Earth-Toned Palette To The Air Jordan 1 Low

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From embarking on its own iteration of the iconic “Black Toe” color blocking to the appearance of Sashiko craftsmanship, the Air Jordan 1 Low has embarked upon an expansive amount of OG and inline styles alike. Recently the summer-ready solution executed a more fall-friendly appearance featuring olive and brown shades.

Entrenched in an earth-toned palette, the silhouette assumes a medium brown base layer that’s treated in a velvety-soft suede texture. Additionally curing the tongue construction, flat laces and winged insignia, the brown-toned background comes contrasted by a complimentary set of “Olive Green” overlays that adds a layered elegance to the outdoors-inspired colorway. Elsewhere, the profile swooshes and outsole clean up in a moss green color match while the vintage midsole is imbued with a cream conclusion.

The Air Jordan 1 Low “Olive Green/Brown” can be seen below in detailed imagery as we await further release details.

In other news from the Beaverton brand, the Kobe 8 “Halo” releases on August 23rd.


Air Jordan 1 Low

SKU: FB9893-300
RELEASE DATE: Nov 16, 2023

US 11/16/2023 Thursday

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