The WMNS Air Jordan 1 Low Comes Decked Out In “Sail/Off-Noir”

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Jordan Brand has been meticulous with its low-top Air Jordan 1 offerings this season. From a litany of “Bred Toe” constructions to supple premium compositions, the summer staple now executes a fall-friendly mix of “Sail” and “Off-Noir”.

“Off-Noir” shades reminiscent of a deeply dark plum anchor the silhouette’s branded embellishments; curing the profile swooshes, embroidered winged insignias and Jumpman logos. Elsewhere, the surrounding real estate strikes up a consistent contrast as the “Sail”-treated base layer juxtaposes the dark grey overlays, collar and laces. Underfoot, a crisp white midsole brings a refreshing neutral into play before indulging in a pitch-dark finish along the tread.

The women’s-exclusive Air Jordan 1 “Sail/Off-Noir” is expected to be released in 2024 for a retail price of $115. In the meantime, the pair can be seen in the first-look imagery below.

In other news from the Beaverton brand, the Air Max 90 recently assumes a rugged aesthetic affixed with lace toggles.


UPDATE (10/13/2023):
Official images have been updated.

Air Jordan 1 Low

SKU: DC0774-102

US 2023

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