To remind you of summer one last time, the Jordan 1 Low Curry Gray will be released in a few days. You've got everything from us summarized in this post, as far as the release is concerned.
We hate to remind you, but the fall season is well underway, leaving little time to soak up the sun and do all the day (and night) activities your city has to offer. Still, it's good to be prepared for upcoming sneaker releases in case you want to prepare your fall sneaker rotation. The new colorway of full grain leather and a nylon tongue consists of an autumnal curry – a shade of brown made popular by the Air Max 1 – and a neutral gray on the bottom and tongue.
When can I buy the Jordan 1 Low Curry Gray?
November 14, 2022 is the first release date of the Curry Gray. As we have heard, the AJ1 Low should then drop again at the end of the month. In order not to get confused with such releases, there is a tip that can help you:
We've built a reminder feature into our free Dead Stock app so you don't miss your favorite releases again. Simply press the bell and set your own notifications. This is of course possible with every release! With the flame you favor the release and always have it at a glance.
Where can I buy the Jordan sneaker?
Be sure to keep an eye on this overview. How so? All shops and raffles are linked here where you can buy the Curry Grey for retail. On the release day you can easily choose a shop of your choice. Don't forget to register now for all raffles. As usual, you can find this in our free Dead Stock app.
So far there is no official shop, but the AJ1 Low Curry Grey will definitely appear in the Nike online shop. We link you to this and all other stores, as you know it from us, in our shop overview.
You can get the Jordan 1 Low in the new Curry Grey with item number DC0774-020 for around 110 euros. We think this price is really fair for today's standards.
Otherwise, feel free to check our other social media channels so that you don't miss any information from the sneaker world. You should also check out our aforementioned free Dead Stock app if you haven't already considered it.