Nike SB Rumored to Release Two Air Jordan 1 Lows

Once again embracing the iconic sneaker’s place in skate history.

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Nike SB and Jordan Brand have a history of collaborating together, such as 2014 when Nike SB released collaborations which included the unique “Lance Mountain” 1s and now it seems the two are reconnecting once again.

According to a new leak, the iconic skate and lifestyle brand is hoping to reconnect with its Air Jordan 1 history, but this time around it will be utilizing the Jordan 1 Low. The collaboration makes sense considering the nostalgic revival of skate culture — with more emphasis on the unique sport and lifestyle hitting mainstream popular culture in films like Jonah Hill’s directorial debut Mid90s, as well as a slew of Nike SB re-releases and new collaborations.

As of now, it is reported that two colorways of the low-top sneaker will be hitting the streets, one being a “Dark Powder Blue/Dark Powder Blue/White” iteration, while the other version donning a “Midnight Navy/Metallic Silver/White” colorway.

Based on the leak, we could be seeing the two sneakers as early as this coming Summer, with a retail price set at $110 USD a pair.

Stay locked in as more information regarding the release will surely be dropping in the near future.

For more sneaker news, Verdy’s Nike SB collaboration is showcased on-foot in this skate video.

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