This Air Jordan 1 Low Channels Olympic Gold Dreams

This Grade-school exclusive is dropping in Spring 2024

This Air Jordan 1 Low Channels Olympic Gold Dreams

The United States has a storied history at the Olympic Games. Ahead of next year’s Summer Games in Paris, France, the Beaverton brand has already begun building out its red, white and blue themed footwear including this grade school-exclusive Air Jordan 1 Low.

Relying on the countries’ two main hues, the smooth leather upper is split into a two-toned treatment between “University Red” overlays and a navy blue base layer that stretches to the tongue construction, laces and tread underfoot. Immediately harkening to the American spirit and hues of Team USA, the nation’s many a Gold Medals are represented through a gilded treatment that lines the profile swooshes in gold while simultaneously treating the tongue fastener, Jumpman logo and the heel’s winged insignia with a metallic gold finish.

The grade school-exclusive Air Jordan 1 Low “Navy/Gold/Red” is slated to release in Spring 2024. Enjoy a detailed look at the pair below as we await further details.

For more from underneath the Jumpman banner, the Jordan 11 “Gratitude” arrives on December 9th.


Air Jordan 1 Low

SKU: FQ7380-400

US 2024

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