Sneakerheads witnessed Jordan Brand‘s famed Air Jordan 1 Hi ‘85 and Air Ship silhouettes make their return in the sportswear juggernaut’s “New Beginnings” pack back in 2020. The former model has seen a myriad of new and OG colorways alike, and now its Air Jordan 1 Low ‘85 sibling is gearing up to make a run of its own this fall with the return of classic styles like the “Neutral Grey” colorway.
First images of the retro pair have surfaced onto our radar, revealing all of its clean design details. A majority of the upper has been fashioned with crisp white leather panels while its titular shade shows face atop the Swooshes, heel overlays and Nike branding that resides on the tongues. Traditional Air Jordan wings logos are positioned on the heels and arrive with a muted gray filling. To create an aged aesthetic, Jordan designers gave the midsoles a slightly yellowed paint job and paired that with matching “Neutral Grey” treading. You could compare this offering to the Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Neutral Grey” colorway was launched back in 2021, but this forthcoming pair sticks true to the 1985 shape and presentation.
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