Starting at the top of the shoe is a bright yellow Jumpman logo, matching the color of the shoe’s laces and main Swoosh. Complementing these details is a pink tongue and forefoot panel, teal eyelets and sidewalls, a light blue heel, a purple toe cap and a lavender-toned toe box. A subtle “AIR JORDAN” label is stamped at the heel as a final touch to the design of the uppers. All of these details rest over a light two-toned midsole to complete the shoe’s multi-colored arrangement.
No official release dates have been confirmed, but Air Jordan 1 Low’s “Multi Pastel” is expected to land on Nike’s website soon for $100 USD.
If you like this silhouette, you might be interested in the AJ1 Low OG in “Ghost Green.”