Air Jordan 1 Low Debuts “Brown Kelp” in Its 2023 Collection
Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan 1 Low continues its successful streak in 2023, constantly reinventing its iconic silhouette. After the reintroduction of the “Bred Toe” design and the chic “Vintage Panda” finish, the brand is now set to enchant sneaker enthusiasts with a fresh “Brown Kelp” variation for the fall.
This latest iteration boasts a lustrous brown satin base, complemented by touches of “Sky J Light Olive” that adds a rich, earthy contrast to the leather overlays – spanning the mudguard, eyestays, collar, heel counter, and the unmistakable Swooshes. Accentuating the design, “Brown Kelp” shades the laces, tongue, and the renowned heel’s Wings logo. The look is completed with a finely stitched “Sail” midsole paired with a robust olive rubber outsole.
While Nike remains tight-lipped about its release specifics, the Air Jordan 1 Low “Brown Kelp” is rumored to be available this October, retailing at $125 USD for women’s sizes through Nike and chosen outlets.
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