Jordan Brand Dropped an All-White, Swoosh-Free Air Jordan 1

More clean low-tops from Jordan Brand.

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With its Swoosh-free upper and monochromatic colorways, the Air Jordan 1 Retro Low NS is undoubtedly one of the cleaner Jordan drops in recent months and now the Nike imprint is coupling the silhouette with the perfect summertime look. Like its black, “Arctic Orange” and “Trooper” predecessors, the latest Swooshless Jordan 1 pairs a tonal upper with matching laces and a stark white sole unit, but takes things a step further by extending the sole’s hue to the tumbled leather construction for a clean and classic “Triple White” look.

Retailing for $150 USD, the all-white Air Jordan 1 Retro Low NS can be found now from stockists like Rock City Kicks. And stay tuned for more Swooshless Jordan goodness: Public School has its own take on the shoe slated for a drop later this year.

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