Jordan Brand‘s Air Jordan 1 Low has appeared in a “Nothing But Net” colorway that revives a pattern used on a memorable Air Jordan 7 in 2015. Michael Jordan‘s outfits have long been a topic of conversation, and one of His Airness’s most famous ‘fits was a matching short and tee set he rocked at the ‘92 Olympic Games. That vibrant two-piece assemblage inspired both this low-cut Air Jordan 1s and the Air Jordan 7 that it borrows its signature pattern from.
Blending purple, blue, yellow, red and black, the jagged graphics appear on mudguards, eyestays and heels. These pieces sit atop white leather quarters and toeboxes that contrast their textile build in both tone and material. Swooshes and collars are done up in black, while further branding arrives via red Jumpman logos and #23 hits on the white tongues, plus red ball-and-wings logos on the heels. White midsoles and black outsoles round off the look.
Select sizes of the Air Jordan 1 Low “Nothing But Net” are available on the Nike webstore now. The MSRP is set at $110 USD.
For more MJ-adjacent content check out Nike SB‘s Dunk Low “Chicago,” a “J-Pack” style that brings one of Jordan’s most notable signature shoes to the world of skateboarding in a new way.