ARTICLE BY Ged McMahon
Air Jordan 1 Low Black/Medium Grey/White
Air Jordan 1 Low Black/Medium Grey/White
Air Jordan 1 Low Black/Medium Grey/White
Air Jordan 1 Low Black/Medium Grey/White,
Air Jordan 1 Low Black/Medium Grey/White
Air Jordan 1 Low Black/Medium Grey/White

The Air Jordan 1 Low Goes for Greyscale
Release: TBC

The Air Jordan 1 Low is going for greyscale, emerging in a clean scheme of black, white, and ‘Medium Grey’. Starting with a stark white base and midsole, the design then adds black to the leather overlays and outsole, before grey completes the look on the side Swooshes, branding points, and lining.

This is the latest in a steady stream of Air Jordan 1 Lows to be seen so far this year, as the low-cut version of the iconic silhouette continues to hold its own in the Jordan Brand stable. Some highlights among 2021’s drops so far have included the summery ‘Tropical Twist’, a card-themed ‘Spades’ splash, the primo ‘Arctic Pink’, and the intricate ‘Chinese New Year’ design that celebrated the Year of the Ox. And fans are eagerly awaiting more news on the Travis Scott x Fragment x Air Jordan 1 Low that has been leaked by several sources in the last few weeks.

If you’re keen on the Low version of MJ’s first signature baller, don’t make the embarrassing mistake of confusing it with the current shoe-of-the-moment Nike Dunk. There are quite a few ‘blink and you’ll miss it’ differences between the Dunk and the Air Jordan 1, while some are a little more obvious. Check out our in-depth analysis here.

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