Footwear

Jordan Brand's Air Jordan 1 Low Drops in "Noble Red" Colorway

A new take on a classic.

By
1,853 Hypes

Jordan Brand's Air Jordan 1 Low Drops in "Noble Red" Colorway

A new take on a classic.

The Jordan Brand Air Jordan 1 Low in “Noble Red/White/Black” is the latest addition to the AJ1 Low line-up, warping our perception of the classic Air Jordan white/red/black colorway that we know so well. Here, the usual rich red is replaced with a red that has slight pink overtones as well as darker hues, pushing more towards a burgundy tone.

The contemporary AJ-1 Low silhouette takes from 1985 when the model debuted for the first time. The sneaker has remained popular with those who want a classic, cozy and clean look, opting for low-tops over the legendary high-top version of the kicks. The “Noble Red” iteration dons a shiny, vinyl-like material over the upper panels, – as opposed to the usual leather – a black patent leather Swoosh on either side of the shoe and the Michael Jordan #23 graphic on the lace keeper.

The Air-Sole unit of the model lends to lightweight cushioning for the foot, the padded cuff for a more supportive fit and the perforated toe cap helps breathability within the shoe. Like we said, cozy.

You can purchase the Air Jordan 1 Low “Noble Red” via Nike’s website. It is currently available online, retailing for $90 USD.

Read Full Article

What to Read Next

Here Are Some of the Best Workout Clothes, According to Your Favorite Celebrities
Fashion 

Here Are Some of the Best Workout Clothes, According to Your Favorite Celebrities

Stylish activewear picks from EmRata, Jorja Smith and more.
6,700 Hypes

Missy Elliott Time-Hops for Her “Why I Still Love You” Music Video
Music

Missy Elliott Time-Hops for Her “Why I Still Love You” Music Video

Watch the time-traveling creative visual here.
420 Hypes



Nike Foundation Announces $5 Million USD Grant to Support the Obama Presidential Center
Culture

Nike Foundation Announces $5 Million USD Grant to Support the Obama Presidential Center

This donation will help build a program, athletic and activity facility.
643 Hypes


More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Keep updated on the latest news.

By subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.