In a few days the Jordan 1 Low Alternate Bred Toe will be available in grade sizing. All information about the release can be found here.
When we read or hear the two colors “Black” and “University Red” we immediately think of an Air Jordan, either the Chicago or the Bred Toe. What else? The Bred Toe is a popular colorway that we've seen in a few variations. Now comes the Alternate Bred Toe for older kids (GS). As the pair's unofficial name suggests, the sneaker comes with the well-known color combination and a red toe box. And thus reminiscent of the iconic versions of the Jordan 1 High. The rest of the sneaker also features the Chicago Bulls colorway, although the profile's Swooshes differ from their surroundings in a non-standard “White” finish.
When can I buy the new Jordan?
The Jordan 1 Low Alternate Bred Toe arrives April 4 at 9:00 a.m. However, only in grade sizing, which means: EU 35.5 to EU 39. If you have small feet and want the shoe, go for it. Download our free Dead Stock app and favor the sneaker. You will then receive a push notification from us when the release is pending or a surprise drop has taken place.
Where can you buy the Jordan 1 Low Alternate Bred Toe?
So far we “only” have Footdistrict at the start. We continue to look for other shops that will sell the Jordan 1 Low Alternate Bred Toe in grade sizing. It's only a matter of time before Nike puts the Jordan 1 Low online. As soon as other shops add the Jordan, we will of course expand our overview accordingly for you. The sneaker with item number 553560-066 is expected to cost 90.00 euros. We wish you every success with the release of the Alternate Bred Toe!
If you are interested in other Jordan 1 Low models besides this one, you will find a suitable overview here. If you have any questions about this and all other sneakers, you can reach us at any time via the message function of our social media channels.
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