Air Jordan 1 KO Receives a Full Grayscale Outfit

A versatile palette for the mid-1980s Jordan model.

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Since Jordan Brand decided to start proffering up more variations of the Air Jordan 1 KO during the Spring season of 2021, the imprint has expanded its catalog at a rather slow pace. We’ve seen revivals of the famed “Chicago” colorway, a collaboration with pop sensation Billie Eilish and a bold Syracuse-inspired rendition, and now it will be readied with a full grayscale outfit.

Revealed via official imagery, the new colorway is built to pair with nearly everything that you’ve got in your closet. A pure platinum-esque hue is summoned to cover a majority of the upper half as it coats the canvas overlays located on the forefoot and throat. Crisp white finishes are used as a secondary color as its dresses up the quarter panels, nylon tongues and ankle flaps while solid black hits scatter to the Swooshes, AKJO logos and the trimming and Nike branding on the tongues. Smaller blotches of beige poke out through the collar windows and the outsoles are fashioned with a cookies and cream aesthetic.

According to early reports, these are expected to make their official debut on July 17 for $140 USD.

On the hunt for more sneaker news? A “Quai 54” Air Jordan 1 Utility has been revealed.

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