Jordan Brand Brings "True Blue" to the Air Jordan 1 Low

Presenting yet another versatile look for the classic sneaker.

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For Jordan Brand, 2022 has been a year filled with colorways featuring blue, gray and white. Whether it be “French Blue” arriving on the Air Jordan 12 Low Golf and Air Jordan 13 or “True Blue” hitting the Air Jordan 1 Mid and Jordan Legacy 312 Low, this classic color composition continues to pop up. Now, following early looks at the Air Jordan 1 High “True Blue,” a matching low-top colorway has surfaced.

With this iteration of the Air Jordan 1 Low, its typical build of a leather upper and stitched midsole paired with a rubber outsole makes another return. The base of the upper starts in white while “True Blue” covers its various overlays and the laces. From there, light gray can be spotted at the Swooshes, tongue, outsole and the heel’s embroidered Wings logo. To complete the look, its signature blue appears again at the tongue’s Jumpman logo while also serving as the base color of the sockliner.

Currently, the Air Jordan 1 Low “True Blue” has not received an official release date. However, it is currently expected to land on shelves before the end of the year via Nike and select retailers at a price of $110 USD.

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