The Air Jordan 1 Low, much like its high-top and mid-top counterparts, has displayed quite a bit of variety this year alone. And after a few simple color touch-ups and even a brief, luxurious stint with Dior, the silhouette is set to try its hand at multicolor once again.
Rather than a mix of existing colorways, the palette highlights a variety of lesser seen saturated tones, their constructions composed of both patent and an ordinary smooth leather. The underlying base as well as the eye stay, heel counter, and swoosh — panels that dress in white, green, bright red, and burgundy respectively — finish with the latter material, creating a look that is for the most part quite familiar. The forefoot and the collar, by comparison, stand out quite a bit more; toe caps are brandished in a glossy Royal shade while the ankle bears mesh in contrast.
Grab a detailed look at these right here and expect a release to arrive on Nike.com likely within the coming months.