Arguably the ancestors of what sneaker culture is today, CO.JP — with its masses of overseas exclusives — has accumulated a profuse selection of colorways from the Dunk Low to the infamous Air Jordan 1. And just as the latter’s “Midnight Navy” made its way back to the forefront, so, too, will the “Neutral Grey” colorway.
As near to an exact replica as possible, the silhouette aims to showcase its 2001 original at nearly all points. Suede constructions, though seemingly upgraded in quality by a tiny margin, are covered in the dark navy, they work their way up from the toe cap to the eye stay and around to the heel counter as well as the ankle flaps. Tumbled white leather accent just next to it, appearing visibly sturdy as it wraps the whole base. Then, as the most prominent detail, the Swoosh and Wings symbolize the outfit in metallic silver while the tongue’s Nike Air rocks cool toned embroidery.
The shoe is expected to drop this Holiday Season for a retail price of $170.
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