In addition to the mid version, a low version will be released with the Jordan 1 Low Craft Obsidian. All important release information about the sneaker and where you can buy the shoe can be found in this article.
Recently released was the Craft iteration of the model – which adopts an Inside Out aesthetic and a do-it-yourself construction covered in navy tones via its canvas, suede and leather panels. Patent leather joins the mix via the toe box and profile Swooshes, with both components also opting for a construction that deviates from the original Air Jordan 1 blueprint. Underfoot, the sole units made for basketball keep things simple but match the rest of the shoe with their off-white midsole and light gray tread.
When can I buy the Jordan 1 Low Craft Obsidian?
So far there is no official release date for the new Jordan 1 Low. So that you don't miss this release of the Jordan 1 Low under any circumstances, take the following note to heart:
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Where can I buy the Jordan 1 Low Craft Obsidian for retail?
So you want to buy the new Nike Air Jordan 1 Low in the Inside Out Obsidian Colorway? So that you don't miss the release under any circumstances, you should definitely keep this release overview open shortly before the drop and pay particular attention to our push messages.
The AJ1 Low in the Obsidian colorway will almost certainly appear in the Nike online shop. But you can assume that the shoe will be available from a few other retailers, such as BSTN or Solebox. As usual, you can find all shops that will sell the Jordan in our release overview.
The item number of the Jordan 1 Low is DR8867-400. The sneaker is sold at a retail price of around 120 euros. Feel free to check out our social media channels so you don't miss any information from the sneaker world.
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