Air Jordan 1 Low Is Set to Release in "True Blue" Colorway

Featuring elephant print details as a nod to the Air Jordan 3.

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The Jordan Brand is set to release another iteration of its coveted Air Jordan 1 Low.

This time, the classic Air Jordan silhouette is offered in a “True Blue” colorway, a nod to the original Air Jordan 3 “True Blue” release. This particular Air Jordan 1 Low offering features a white leather base as well as grey textured forefoot overlays that resemble that of a reptilian, accented on the panels of the toe box. Elephant print is seen on the heel and eyestays and is paired with blue suede collars. The same blue is seen on the inner lining and heel Wings logo and rubber outsole where the white midsole sits atop to round out the design.

The Air Jordan 1 Low “True Blue” arrives later this year in select retailers and on Nike.

In other footwear news, the Nike Dunk Low “Graffiti” has surfaced in an alternate navy colorway.

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