Jordan Brand Revives the Classics: Air Jordan 1 Low “Bred Toe” Returns
From Jordan Brand’s rich legacy, the Air Jordan 1 silhouette and the iconic black and red “Bred” shade stand out, representing an unparalleled union in the world of footwear. Throughout the years, they’ve collaborated repeatedly, with the latest rendition of the Air Jordan 1 Low “Bred Toe” reimagining their magic. This fresh take follows its 2021 counterpart, itself a successor to 2018’s high-top “Bred Toe.”
The revamped low-top sports its leather finish elegantly, featuring the black and red duo prominently. The shoe’s midfoot base and midsole gleam in white, contrasted with a bold red toe box, heel counter, and rubber outsole. Black gracefully accentuates the overlays, mudguard, eyestays, laces, the iconic Swooshes, and the lining. Distinctive twists from the 2021 design spotlight a red embroidered Jumpman logo on the tongue, replacing the previous white, and a sleek black collar in place of the earlier red.
As of now, Nike remains tight-lipped about the official drop of this Air Jordan 1 Low “Bred Toe” iteration. However, sneaker enthusiasts should keep their eyes peeled, as the release is projected by year’s end via Nike SNKRS and handpicked outlets, retailing at an attractive $110 USD.
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