Air Jordan 1 Low Sneaker Releases

The Air Jordan 1 Low was designed by Peter Moore in 1984 and released to the public the following year, debuting as the first ever low-top signature basketball shoe. The original ‘85 cuts were launched with eight eyestays, a wider toe cap, and a printed Jumpman logo on the heel. Today’s remodeled iterations feature seven eyestays and a stitched Jumpman logo on the heel that is positioned lower than the OGs. Find original Air Jordan 1 Lows like the “Natural Greys”, “Metallic Blues” and more here.