A clean white Jumpman logo is etched onto the top of the shoe’s tongue, complemented by bold hits of navy that appear along the edge of the tongue, collars and laces. A large portion of the uppers has been constructed in denim, treated in a light wash with faded notes of indigo covering the eyelet panels, Swoosh, rear quarter, throatline and toecap. Contrasting the boisterous applications are smooth white full-grain leather panels placed at the sidewalls and toebox, while a thin midsole rounds off the vivid colorway.
The Air Jordan 1 Low “Washed Denim” is now sold out, albeit only available exclusively on Nike’s China website for $121 USD.
In other footwear news, Michael Jordan’s coveted Nike Air Ship Pro is now set to release.