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The Air Jordan 1 Low Surfaces With Mismatching Color-Blocking

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To this day the Air Jordan 1 remains to be one of, if not the most popular Jumpman silhouette on the planet, and over the course of the final months of the year, it will be blessing sneaker fans with a plethora of new makeups. Among them is the Air Jordan 1 Low, and after pulling back the curtains on its forthcoming “University Gold” makeover just yesterday, it has taken the liberty of uncovering another soon-to-be-released entry.

On both sides you’ll find dark navy laces and forefoot overlays as well as clean white quarter paneling and midsoles, but this pair’s surrounding accents are mismatched between each foot. Vibrant colors reminiscent of the Easter holiday take over the ankle collars, Swooshes, and toe boxes which alternate between magenta on the right, and purple on the left. Moreover, the heel overlays which host the customary ball-and-wings insignias deviate between pastel blue and orange backdrops, and the outsoles differentiate themselves between yellow and orange finishes. Scroll further down to capture a closer look, and anticipate these to drop on Nike.com within the coming months for $90.

Elsewhere in sneaker news, the Jordan 1 Mocha officially launches this Saturday.

Air Jordan 1 Low
Release Date: 2020
Color: N/A
Mens: $90 Style Code: DJ4342-400

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