The Jordan 1 Low first appeared on courts in 1985 and was the first low-top silhouette developed by Nike for Michael Jordan. Designed by Peter Moore the trainer was originally released in several colours, including the classic Bulls inspired and metallic colourways. The Air Jordan 1 Low was rereleased in 2000 and has seen a resurgence in popularity thanks to icons such as Travis Scott.
Made to be more suitable for all-day wear, unlike the performance led High, every trainer collection should include an Air Jordan 1 Low. An oversized embroidered wing logo sits on the heel and Swoosh branding hits the lateral and medial side panels. A cushioned inside provides comfort all day making these the ideal sneakers for everyone.