We have first pictures of the Air Jordan 1 Low Sashiko, which will soon expand the Sashiko collection. We have compiled all previous information about the sneaker for you.
In 2020 the first Sashiko Jordan came onto the market. But what does “Sashiko” actually mean? Sashiko is a traditional Japanese jean reinforcement stitch that dates back to the early 16th century. To be precise, it is also a decoration technique. A running stitch is used to create motifs. Above all, the technique is used to repair clothing in Japan. Mainly white or blue cotton threads are used. Even small children learn to embroider pre-punched templates in kindergarten. Nike also uses this technique in various models, such as the Jordan 1 Low or other Air Jordans .
THIS IS WHAT THE SNEAKER LOOKS LIKE
The design features a distressed denim look combined with a vintage-look midsole. The base is crafted from canvas materials paired with blue denim overlays. On the overlays you can see the Sashiko decoration technique. The design is completed with black tumbled leather Swooshes on each side, a denim look tongue tab, exposed foam stitching, padded tongues and mesh insoles. Nice design, but I'm sure not everyone will like it.
JORDAN 1 LOW SASHIKO
Unfortunately, there is currently no officially confirmed release date for the Air Jordan 1 Low Sashiko. It is currently said that the 1er Jordan should come on August 1st. As soon as we have official data, we will create a release for the sneaker. Until then, check out our release calendar for more drops. Or you can download our free app and browse there! There you can also favorite each release and then always have the shoe directly in your personal overview. Good luck with the release of the Air Jordan 1 Low Sashiko!
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