As the Air Jordan 1 Low continues to become a more important part of #23’s sneaker legacy, the low-top model keeps expanding the signature shoe series with more non-heritage outfits.
Recently, the Peter Moore-designed lifestyle sneaker appeared in a clean grey, white and blue colorway reminiscent of the Los Angeles Dodgers team colors. Akin to some of the Air Jordan 1‘s most important styles, the newly-surfaced pair indulges in a “colorless” base layer that sets the stage for contrasting tones around the toe, along with the tongue, and across the heel. Profile swooshes, just as heel panels, boast a rich blue hue, while overlays throughout the front half of the retro opt for a much more tame grey color. Together, however, the tones create a combination sure to entice any die-hard fan of the Chavez Ravine-located baseball squad. Underfoot, sole units round out the ensemble in a straightforward white-colored midsole and grey-covered outsole.
Enjoy official images of the pair ahead, and anticipate a Nike.com launch before 2022 ends.