A very special colourway is coming soon to the Jordan 1 Low. Namely the Jordan 1 Low Concord. Here you will find all important information about the shoe and the release. Above all, where you can buy the shoe for retail.
The Nike Air Jordan 1 Low is so special because it alludes to the Jordan 11 Concord. Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the silhouette became iconic with the colourway in the mid-'90s. The color blocking is pretty much the same as the Jordan 11. Black patent leather and white smooth leather adorn the entire upper, just like its role model, the Jordan 11. The white midsole and an icy, transparent outsole round off the design.
When to buy Jordan 1 Low Concord?
Unfortunately, we don't know when exactly the Jordan 1 Low Concord will come. Nike has not yet listed the boot and has not confirmed anything. But the sneaker came out in the US on January 17th. And that indicates that the colourway will soon be on the (virtual) shelves here as well. If you want the shoe but quickly lose track, we have a tip for you: our free Dead Stock app.
In our app you can set a reminder for all releases. It's worth it for popular releases like the Jordan 1 Low. To do this, click on the bell, select a time, and before the release you will receive a push message on your mobile phone reminding you of the upcoming drop.
Where can I buy the Jordan sneaker?
Since the Concord has not yet been listed anywhere, unfortunately there are no shops for you at the start. But, as always, we're scouring the web and constantly updating this page. You can buy the Jordan 1 Low, item number DV1309-100, for around 119.00 euros.
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