First Look at the Air Jordan 1 Low "Pine Green Black"

Entering its 38th year, the Air Jordan 1 and its countless variants continue to thrive. For Jordan Brand, the one that started it all has proven to be timeless as various trends come and go with the silhouette remaining on top. Following a year of exciting releases headlined by the Air Jordan 1 High OG "Lost & Found," the iconic sneaker prepares for 2023. Adding to the list of first looks and leaks that have surfaced already, the Air Jordan 1 Low sees itself in a familiar "Pine Green Black."Fans of the Air Jordan 1 may recognize the color scheme as it outfitted the Air Jordan 1 High OG in 2020. Now landing on its low-top style, a leather upper sees black operate at the midfoot and mudguard while "Pine Green" arrives at the toe, heel, collar, tongue and Swooshes. Ditching the tumbled leather found in 2020, Jordan Brand has opted for a smooth look with black laces and trim combining with a stitched white midsole and green rubber outsole to complete the look.As of now, no release information regarding the Air Jordan 1 Low "Pine Green Black" has surfaced. Look for it to likely land on shelves in 2023 via Nike and select retailers.For more in the busy world of footwear, DJ Khaled's Air Jordan 5 "Crimson Bliss" took the lead in this week's best footwear drops. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast

First Look at the Air Jordan 1 Low "Pine Green Black"

Entering its 38th year, the Air Jordan 1 and its countless variants continue to thrive. For Jordan Brand, the one that started it all has proven to be timeless as various trends come and go with the silhouette remaining on top. Following a year of exciting releases headlined by the Air Jordan 1 High OG "Lost & Found," the iconic sneaker prepares for 2023. Adding to the list of first looks and leaks that have surfaced already, the Air Jordan 1 Low sees itself in a familiar "Pine Green Black."

Fans of the Air Jordan 1 may recognize the color scheme as it outfitted the Air Jordan 1 High OG in 2020. Now landing on its low-top style, a leather upper sees black operate at the midfoot and mudguard while "Pine Green" arrives at the toe, heel, collar, tongue and Swooshes. Ditching the tumbled leather found in 2020, Jordan Brand has opted for a smooth look with black laces and trim combining with a stitched white midsole and green rubber outsole to complete the look.

As of now, no release information regarding the Air Jordan 1 Low "Pine Green Black" has surfaced. Look for it to likely land on shelves in 2023 via Nike and select retailers.

For more in the busy world of footwear, DJ Khaled's Air Jordan 5 "Crimson Bliss" took the lead in this week's best footwear drops.

Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast