The Nike umbrella as a whole has long been inspired by Japanese culture and craft. Jordan Brand is certainly no exception, as evidenced by the sashiko-covered Air Jordan 1 Low “World Make Japan.” And though hot on the heels of the release of said colorway, the Jumpman is already putting these techniques into practice yet again.
A more understated interpretation of its above-mentioned counterpart, this newly-revealed Air Jordan 1 Low relegates its sashiko-inspired detailing to select parts of the shoe. Red, white, and blue stitching dresses the collar as well as the Wings and Jumpman branding, while the Swoosh opts for blacked-out threads. Elsewhere, the base and midsole echo the very same palette, alternating between all of the same colors.
Enjoy a closer look at this upcoming Air Jordan 1 Low via the official images ahead. Though a release date has yet to be confirmed, it’s likely we’ll be seeing these on Nike.com and at select retailers within the next few months.
In other news, early images of the 2024 Air Jordan 1 Low Chinese New Year recently surfaced.
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