The Air Jordan 1 Low is coming again with a new design and this time it will be wearing Lakers Color 

Next Air Jordan 1 Low is back again and this time with a new design. It is wearing the colors of the Los Angeles Lakers. The Air Jordan 1 low made its debut in Chicago Bulls-friendly colors to commemorate Michael Jordan’s squad at the time. 

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The Next Air Jordan 1 Low will be coming in Lakers Colours (Sneaker News)

However, for decades it seems like the lifestyle proposition has emerged in several styles which seemingly is inspired by other teams in the NBA as well. 

Recently Peter Moore’s design from 1985 appeared in a “Black” “Dark Concord” and Taxi colorway appropriate to the Los Angeles Lakers franchise. The bulk of the smooth leather upper indulges in a pitch-dark arrangement which sets the stage for more eye-catching panels at the toe and also the inner lining. 

“Air JORDAN” logos at the spine take on rich yellow flair while sole units revert to a muted grey and Black combination.

When are the new Air Jordan 1 Low arriving and more details?

Air Jordan Low will be arriving in Black/Dark Concord/Taxi colorways and is expected to be available in Fall 2022. However, the exact date has not been revealed yet. The cost of the shoe pair has also not been revealed yet but Nike is expected to soon announce this.

Here are some of the official images of the legendary Nike shoes : 

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The Air Jordan 1 Low was released in a quintessential red and black staple colour scheme to honour Michael Jordan’s Career with the Bulls. 

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Nike Air Jordan 1 Low in Chicago Bulls colours (Hyperbeast)

It is constructed in full leather featuring mesh tounges and lining. The shoe has a crisp, white base with red and black overlays. The crimson Swoosh sits atop the white midsole while the rubber outsole matches the branding in colour.

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