Nike Air Jordan 1 Low

Nike Air Jordan 1 Low


The Nike Air Jordan 1 Low model made its debut in 1985 alongside the original Air Jordan 1 High, and according to the designer behind it, Peter Moore, it's a basic Dunk inspired sneaker. The sneaker managed to incorporate the Nike Swoosh and the familiar Jordan Wings logo as well as embroidered Nike Air. Apart from its debut in 1985, the public didn't see much more of the Jordan 1 Low model until the turn of the millennium, when it slowly gained more recognition and became a model that, like the rest of the Air Jordan brand, got frequent new releases. The Air Jordan 1 Low model is the lowest silhouette among the three variants; Air Jordan 1 High, Air Jordan 1 Mid and Air Jordan 1 Low and is suitable for those who prefer a less warm and full sneaker. The model, like the rest of the "family" is released in a sea of colors, some more unique than others - among others, it is released as the Nike Air Jordan 1 Low "Shattered Backboard", which was initially released under the Air Jordan 1 High variant and then got a remake in the Air Jordan 1 Low version.


Combined with the colourful universe that the Air Jordan 1 brings with it, it must even be said that it is clearly the Jordan 1 Low model that comes in the most groundbreaking colours, for example in 2020 it was released in a bright pine green colour called the Nike Air Jordan 1 Low "Pine Green", in addition it also blew sneakerheads away with the release of the Nike Air Jordan 1 Low "Smoke Grey", which is a nuanced low-key grey colour that really managed to attract new sneakerheads into the game.


The Air Jordan 1 Low has become a popular hit among many men and guys in their teens. This is precisely because of the different variants, of which the Nike Air Jordan 1 Low "Laser Orange" and Nike Air Jordan 1 Low "Arctic Punch" can be mentioned among others, because they are suitable for the sunny summer weather, confirmations or just a night out. The growing demand for the Air Jordan 1 Low model makes it advantageous to act quickly when a new release comes out, precisely because prices fly up shortly after release. For example, the Nike Air Jordan 1 Low "Royal" can be snatched up as it has exploded in price during 2021, highlighting the necessity of striking fast to secure your limited edition pair of sneakers.

See also the tall model: Nike Air Jordan 1 High