If you have a hard time copping Dunks Lows or Jordan 1 Highs, you might want to focus on the Jordan 1 Lows instead. Jordan Brand is churning out a ton of new colorways last month and the previous months, and there’s no signs of slowing down for the easy-to-wear silhouette.
Here are some of the pairs that are dropping soon as of this month:
Initially released as a high-cut model last year, Jordan Brand is bringing the Crimson Tint colorway to the low-cut model. Save for the silhouette, everything down to the color blocking is virtually identical—that pastel pink color really goes well with black.
Red and black is an instant classic on any Nike sneaker, and this new version tweaks things up with neon green accents on the Wings and Jumpman logos, along with a silver Swoosh. Little changes make the classic colorway stand out further, right?
Another no-brainer colorway, Jordan Brand uses a different shade of blue that is paired with white overlays and black accents to come up with this potential hit colorway of the Air Jordan 1.
Aside from the Air Jordan 6, the Air Jordan 1 Low will also get a Quai 54 iteration as well. Like the Air Jordan 6, you get that unique pattern graphics on the canvas panels, along with Nike Air and Quai 54 logos on the tongue.
While it is speculated to be a women’s exclusive, this colorway is so clean with a muted grey upper and all-white sole. Simplicity is the name of the game for this upcoming colorway.
Also a women’s-exclusive, this simple colorway makes use of AJKO-like canvas and suede panellings for the upper, along with a black Swoosh and a black outsole. The overall color blocking does remind me of an old SB Dunk Low colorway from the 00s, so expect dudes to try copping them.
BONUS: Chicago colorway on SB Dunks!?
One of the more famous SB Dunk colorways is the J-Pack, a collection where classic Air Jordan 1 colorways make it to the hyped-up skate shoe. We have seen the Shadow colorway early this year, and it will be followed up by a Chicago colorway, which showcases a faithful interpretation of the iconic Air Jordan 1 high sneaker.
Which colorway are you looking forward to?