Air Jordan 1 Low “Berlin Grey” Pays Homage to Berlin’s Urban Landscape
White and gray Air Jordan 1s have been in the limelight for quite a while now, courtesy of silhouettes such as the Dior x Air Jordan 1 and the Air Jordan 1 Hi ‘85 “Neutral Grey. Following which Jordan brand wishes to carry forward the trend with the upcoming Air Jordan 1 Low “Berlin Grey”. A low top silhouette taking inspiration from the Berlin architecture. The silhouette pays homage to the capital city in understated fashion boasting some signature detailing.
Even though the pair is a low-cut, the grey content in the shoe is pretty high all thanks to the mixture of “Grey Fog”, “Photon Dust” and “Smoke Grey” hues. Smooth grey leather presents itself on the mudguard, eyestays and heels accompanied by grey mesh on the collar and grey elephant print leather – long a hallmark of Michael Jordan’s footwear – is present on the forefoot overlays and swoosh. As per Nike, the group of grey is symbolic of Berlin’s “ample tarmac”.
Apart from the burst of grey, white leather is available on the quarters and toe boxes. The textile tongue also arrives in a white shade. Branding arrives via a white leather tongue tag with a debossed grey Air Jordan graphic, an embroidered grey #23 on the lace keeper and finally a debossed ball-and-wings logo on the heel. Concluding the shoe is a white midsole paired with a grey outsole.
The pair is set to arrive on the European sites of Nike via SNKRS on the 6th of March for a retail price of $110 USD.
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