The “Panda” colorway has something of a chokehold on the Swoosh, as the brand can’t quite escape the much-beloved and ubiquitous style. Even the Air Jordan 1 Low has fallen victim to its influence, soon proffering the inverse of its typical black and white arrangement.
Shades of black are relatively few here, relegated to the back half of this Air Jordan 1 Low. And though the Swooshes and Jumpman branding follow suit, the neutral is still overshadowed by the instances of white found along the midsole as well as the base of the construction. What’s more, the toe cap and eye stays are arguably even more pronounced, as they seem to bear a very subtle, metallic finish.
Enjoy a closer look at this upcoming Air Jordan 1 Low via the available imagery ahead. These should be available at select retailers as well as Nike.com within the next few months, so sit tight if you’d like to add a pair to your rotation.
In other news, an early look at the Air Jordan 1 Satin Bred was revealed earlier this week.
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