- Air Jordan 1 Low GS 'True Blue Cement'
Air Jordan 1 Low GS 'True Blue Cement
The Air Jordan 1 Low has taken on countless experimental outfits since debuting in 1985. Its most celebrated, however, have included handfuls of heritage-rooted styles, like a recently-surfaced “True Blue” one.
Akin to some pairs of the similar Nike Dunk Low, the upcoming sneakers indulge in a clean white base, allowing for the slightest of contrast to revel in the spotlight. The titular “True Blue” tone, then, animates the shoe via the overlays around the forefoot, along the tongue and across the heel, nodding to one of the original Air Jordan 3 releases along the way. Profile swooshes deviate from their surroundings in a cool grey color, as do the tongue and “Wings” emblem on the spine. Lastly, the low-top Air Jordan features a straightforward white and grey arrangement throughout its oft-imitated sole unit.
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