The Air Jordan 1 Low hasn’t been as adhering to original color palettes as its tallest counterpart, emerging in ever the experimental take. For its latest proposition, Peter Moore’s 36-year-old design has surfaced in a “White/Black” arrangement accompanied by color-shifting “Metallic Gold” panels at the mid-foot.
Akin to previously-seen iterations of itself or the near-identical Nike Dunk Low, the majority of the smooth leather upper boasts a two-tone makeup. Underlays at the mid-foot, however, introduce shimmering flair into the mix, transitioning from gold to shades of blue and green depending on the lighting conditions and angle at which they’re viewed. Branding throughout the low-top Air Jordan 1 forgoes any eye-catching finish in favor of their surroundings’ “yin-and-yang” color palette. Sole units follow suit.
Enjoy official images of the kid’s retro here below, and anticipate a Nike.com launch before 2021 concludes.
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Release Date: 2021
Color: White/Black/Metallic Gold
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