In anticipation of its release, detailed images of the classic Air Jordan 1 Low “Neutral Grey” have surfaced on the net.
The minimalistic colorway was birthed 35 years ago with its last release stocking shelves back in March 2015. Stepping out in crisp white leathers, the angelic revival works with a matte gray suede Swoosh logo on the laterals. The gray buttery suede continues onto the upper heel tab and transports us back to the 1985 rendition showcasing the signature Wings insignia seated at the top of the heel as opposed to the near-sole area. The design also switches out the Jordan mark for the retro Nike Air logo branding across the tongues.
Head over to Sneaker Politics for a chance to cop the Air Jordan 1 Low “Neutral Grey” through the raffle which closes on June 23 at 4 P.M. ET.
In other footwear news, the Air Jordan 3 is set to receive a “Cardinal” colorway.