Jordan Brand‘s design team has been pumping out some serious numbers on the footwear side all Summer long, and one model that’s garnered a substantial amount of steam is the Air Jordan 1 Low. Its non-OG silhouette been showing out a bevy of new takes in recent memory, the latest to emerge being this Air Jordan 1 Low “Pollen” colorway.
The design mentality behind this buzzy iteration is simple and seasonal as it opts for a two-toned arrangement that relies of Summer-appropriate hues. The most prominent tone on this makeup is “Pollen” as it drops onto the Swooshes, mid-foot, laces, collars, overlays on the forefoot and heels, interior liners and the Jumpman branding on the tongues. Neutral contrasting arrives by way of a pure white that is responsible for backdropping the tongues, toe boxes, quarters and the ball-and-wings emblems that are embroidered into the heels. You’ll find the same set of accents outfitting the below pieces, the midsoles of which are given a clean exterior while the treading follows suit with more “Pollen” skins.
These have sold out now overseas, but a stateside drop via Nike and other retailers is likely occurring in the coming weeks.
For more sneaker-related news, check out a closer look at the Nike Air Presto “Wild Berry” colorway.