Jordan Brand‘s newest Air Jordan 1 Low takes design cues from the Union Jordan 1s that dropped in 2018. This color scheme, known as “UNC Grey,” consists of shades of sail, grey, university blue, and grey.
These sneakers, like the aforementioned Air Jordan 1, are really a hybrid of two different hues. The majority of the forefoot and the outsole are dressed in university blue, while the heel and the Swoosh are done in contrasting grey. The Wings and Jumpman logo’s bright yellow accents are also evocative of the California shop’s designs since the color is often used to draw attention to the “UN/LA” tag on each joint shoe.
The Air Jordan 1 Low “UNC Grey,” seen below, will be available soon for $110 USD at Nike and online retailers alike.