For this shoe, the Jordan team tweaks the silhouette to accentuate heritage-inspired features, including an “elevated logo on the heel tab and Nike Air branding in place of the Jumpman mark seen on more recent adaptations.” Both the color palette and the materials of this offering follow the recently revived Air Jordan 1 Hi ‘85 “Neutral Grey” that dropped in earlier this year. The smooth white leather upper is balanced out with subtle Swoosh logos in buttery suede. Matte grey finishes coat the prized Nike Air logos and classic ball-and-wings insignias on the heels. The shoes are supported by elements that stick to original 1985 design cues with solid white midsoles paired with light grey rubber outsoles.
Priced at $130 USD, the Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Neutral Grey” will be available on Nike SNKRS and at select retailers June 24.
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