"Chicago"-Like Tones Arrive on the Air Jordan 1 Low

Featuring familiar color blocking.

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Continuing to reimagine its iconic “Chicago” colorway, Jordan Brand is now set to deliver a close take on the Air Jordan 1 Low. The women’s exclusive centers around a mix of “White/Red/Black” with familiar color blocking.

The upcoming Air Jordan 1 Low features white leather upper bases accented by contrasting red overlays and Swooshes. While black serves to tie the tones on the shoe together on the collars, heels and lining. Branding elements come in the form of embroidered Jumpman logos on the tongues and Wings motifs at the rear, along with printed insoles. Finishing up the design of the shoe are red laces and white midsoles paired with bright red rubber outsoles.

The “Chicago”-like women’s exclusive Air Jordan 1 Low is now set to be available in the coming weeks.

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