Like it’s close kin, the Nike Dunk Low, #23’s Air Jordan 1 Low has arguably done everything in its 36-year-history. For its latest ensemble, the lifestyle-oriented silhouette has abandoned any cultural or playful theme in favor of a simple “Psychic Purple/White” colorway. Smooth leather bases set the stage for the titular purple tone with their “colorless” arrangement, which is reminiscent of a handful of Nike Sportswear classics’ most common styles. Overlays around the toe, along the tongue and across the heel, then, interrupt the white makeup with vibrant “Psychic Purple” flair. Branding on the tongue follows suit, but “Wings” insignia at the lower heel (which differs from the original low-top Air Jordan 1) reverts to stark white contrast. Underfoot, sole units opt for tried-and-tested color-blocking, bringing a final touch of boldness to the outsole. Enjoy official images of the women’s retro ahead, and expect a Nike.com launch soon. Elsewhere under the Team Jumpman banner, the Air Jordan 6 “UNC” is revving up to be one of 2022’s most-coveted releases.
Air Jordan 1 Low Release Date: 2021 Color: Psychic Purple/Atomic Green/White Womens: $100 Style Code: DC0774-500
While a couple of Air Jordan 1 collaborations have surfaced on the internet such as the SoleFly edition and another by Travis Scott with fragment design, the Jordan Brand decided to keep it minimal by debuting a crisp “Coconut Milk” colorway.
In the past few years, the use of cream and khaki hues on sneakers has been more evident than ever as Nike even released a full-blown all-cream Air Force 1 and Air Jordan 1 High OG. Much like the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom CMFT’s cream and black color scheme, the pair showcases a creamy leather upper construction in a sail hue with stark black hitting the lateral Swooshes and insole branding. All branding elements are embroidered in the same milky shade while the white midsole slices in between the uppers and rubber outsole.
Look out for the Air Jordan 1 Low “Coconut Milk” to release soon at select retailers and Nike’s website for $100 USD.
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Reports are suggesting that the Travis Scott x Nike Air Jordan 1 OG Low is set to arrive in two new colorways.
Sharing similarities with La Flame’s previous releases, the rumored kicks are constructed with multiple materials in three tones. Highlighting the kicks are the rapper’s usual reversed Swoosh, which is accompanied by Air Jordan branding on the heel, tongue and insoles. Completing the look are the off-white midsoles and gray outsoles.
Check out the design above. The two monochrome Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 OG Lows are expected to release in early 2022.
Jordan Brand is slated to drop a new Air Jordan 1 Low in a clean gray, white, and red colorway.
Debuted in a “White/Grey-Red” colorway, this low-cut AJ1 iteration wraps grey suede overlays on the mudguard, eyestay and heel across a crisp white leather upper. To offer more contrast to the understated design, pops of red give way to the side Swooshes. Additional detailing comes in the form of a Jumpman logo on the tongue tag and printed insoles, Wings embroidery at the heel, and the metallic dubré. White midsoles atop gray rubber outsoles complete the simple look.
Priced at $100 USD, the Air Jordan 1 Low in “White/Gray-Red” is expected to drop on 1 October at Nike.
For more AJ1 news, two new Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 OG Lows are reportedly releasing.
Following the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low “Dark Mocha” in 2019, an exclusive Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Reverse Mocha” edition is suggested to drop next year as new imagery of the forthcoming silhouette continue to surface online. Overall, the model sports the aforementioned colorway’s makeup but in a reverse manner. Defined by the backward facing Swoosh featured on the lateral, followed by signature Travis Scott markings such as the “Cactus Jack” logo on the tongue, medial side panel and lining, the sneaker is topped off with heel tabs branded with the Wings logo on the right and Scott’s Cactus Jack face on the left in red.
xpect the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Reverse Mocha” to debut at select Jordan Brand stockists and online in early 2022. Stay tuned for the official release date. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
Name Air Jordan 1 Low Orange Olive Colorway Orange/Olive Release Date November 20, 2021 Style Code DH6931-102
With fall season in full effect, this Air Jordan 1 Low is trying to earn a sport in your fall sneaker rotation. Done in a Sail, Orange and Olive color scheme, this pair opts for a canvas base paired up with suede on the overlays and Swoosh branding on the side panels. Notable details include the embroidered Jumpman branding on the tongues and the embroidered Gold Wings branding on the heels. A White midsole and Gum rubber outsole complete the look.
Looking to add these to your current rotation? Look for this Air Jordan 1 Low to drop in the coming weeks at select retailers and Nike.com. For a complete guide including official photos, release dates, pricing and where to buy, visit: Air Jordan 1 Low Orange Olive.
In related news, the highly anticipated Air Jordan 11 Cool Grey returns next month.
The Air Jordan 1 Low still doesn’t garner the attention of its tallest counterpart, but it’s won new enthusiasts over throughout 2021 with handfuls of compelling styles. The latest proposition arrives in the form of a colorful kid’s-exclusive retro donning canvas overlays. As with some of the most popular Nike Dunks to release since 1985, the newly-surfaced pair indulges in a “colorless” leather base. Panels around the forefoot, along the tongue and at the heel deviate from their underlay’s white makeup in favor of autumn-appropriate yellow and brown. Collar lining and patches at the bottom heel, however, introduce vibrant green and pink into the mix, respectively. Profile swooshes also partake in the canvas build, which delivers a late Spring 2021 or early Spring 2022 option. Underfoot, a tried-and-proven midsole is coupled with a semi-translucent Nike Grind outsole. Enjoy official images of the low-top Air Jordan 1 here below, and anticipate a Nike.com launch soon. For more from under the NIKE, Inc. umbrella, check out the Nike Air Max 1, which celebrates its 35th anniversary throughout 2022.
Air Jordan 1 Low Release Date: 2021 Color: Mutli-Color/White Grade School: $85 Style Code: DJ0341-100
When Balenciaga debuted the Triple S, brands across the sneaker industry were quick to imitate, attempting to reproduce the shoe’s size, aesthetic, and bulk. And though years ago, the effects of the high fashion silhouette can still be felt today, inspiring taller versions of existing classics. Here, Jordan Brand throws yet another in the ring: the humble but still imposing Air Jordan 1 Low LV8D. All energy was put into the design of the platform sole, which is a heavily exaggerated version of the AJ1’s usual tooling. The midsole as well as the tread is double, near triple the size of the original, matching the proportions of the entire upper. But unlike the bottom, the latter is kept more familiar, opting for a standard display of white and tan leathers. Enjoy a close-up look at the new AJ1 Low model here and sit tight as we await release details. In other news, have you seen the BAPE Vans Collection?
Air Jordan 1 Low LV8D Release Date: 2021 Color: N/A Womens: N/A Style Code: DH7004-102
This Air Jordan 1 Low Alludes To The Fan-Favorite Diamond Shorts
Over the course of its 36-year-old history, Jordan Brand has been self-referential. For the latest example, the NIKE, Inc. subsidiary has brought a diamond detail used on its apparel to the Air Jordan 1 Low. While the off-white and black color palette isn’t new to the silhouette, its layout is. Nubuck materials covers most of the upper, with “colorless” leather appear at the toe box, profile swooshes and bottom heel overlay. “Wings” insignias at the rear indulge in a black tone, as does branding on the tongue label. Jumpman logos, however, are enclosed by a “diamond” shape that’s appeared across basketball shorts from Jordan Brand. Underfoot, sole units on the low-top Air Jordan 1 round out the sneaker’s understated makeup with a semi-translucent, light grey outsole. For more Jordan release dates, check out the Jordan 4 “Red Thunder” expected to launch on December 23rd.
Air Jordan 1 Low “White/Black” Release Date: 2021 Color: White/Black Mens: N/A Style Code: DH6931-001
As its tallest counterpart continues trying to figure itself out, the Air Jordan 1 Low has commanded attention within the experimental, non-heritage space. For its latest proposition, Peter Moore’s lifestyle-oriented design has indulged in two shades of blue, as well as grey and white tones, on a women’s-exclusive. Reminiscent of recent Nike Dunk offerings, the newly-surfaced pair boasts a two-tone arrangement across its smooth leather upper. A solid navy color sets the stage for more eye-catching royal blue flair around the toe, along the tongue and throughout the heel. Tongues and collar lining also indulge in both aforementioned tones, creating a look reminiscent of the Air Jordan 13 “Obsidian” from mid-September. Elsewhere, the low-top Air Jordan 1 opts for grey profile swooshes and a white midsole before rounding out the women’s pair with a dark blue outsole. No Nike.com launch details have been disclosed by the brand, but that’s likely to change as 2022 approaches. In the meantime, enjoy official images of the retro ahead. For more from under the NIKE, Inc. umbrella, check out all upcoming Nike Air Force 1 releases.
Air Jordan 1 Low Release Date: 2021 Color: N/A Womens: $110 Style Code: DC0774-400