A First Look At The Jordan 1 Low From The Nike N7 Collection

Considering that Jordan Brand recently introduced the new Air Jordan 7 colorway from the N7 collection in collaboration with Nike, it was only a matter of time before the other pairs from the collection were also unveiled. It was mentioned in a previous post that the Air Jordan 1 Low and Jordan Super.Fly 3 PO were also going to receive the “N7” treatment. While the Super.Fly 3 PO rendition is yet to be seen and there are no hints of potential Jordan release dates 2015 related to the collection, but sneakerheads can now get a look at the Air Jordan 1 Low “N7.”

Air Jordan 1 Low N7The “N7” iteration of the Air Jordan 1 Low was unveiled soon after photos of the Air Jordan 7 “N7” were leaked recently. As a reminder to Jordanheads who missed the previous post or are simply not aware, this is the first time that Jordan Brand has collaborated with Nike’s N7 program. Nike introduced their N7 Collection years ago in order to support the participation of Aboriginal and Native American youngsters in sports, and this year, it is Jordan Brand’s signature models that are receiving the N7 treatment.

This sneaker is resembles the Air Jordan 7 pair from the same collection to quite an extent. Just like its other counter part, this nearly all-White Air Jordan 1 Low rendition is also dressed up in a tribal theme with the ankle collar, lace eyelits and Nike Swoosh sporting a bold, multicolored geometric pattern. Unlike the inner lining, which is covered in a much brighter shade of blue, the upper of this sneaker rests upon a light, subtle Sky Blue outsole. To add the finishing touch, the tongue features the N7 logo.

Jordan 1 Low-n7With the next month almost here, it is only a matter of time before this year’s N7 Collection in collaboration with Jordan Brand is finally unveiled by Nike. June 3rd is rumored to be one of the Jordan release dates 2015 on which the entire N7 Collection, or at least the Air Jordan 1 Low “N7” and Air Jordan 7 “N7” will hit the shelves.

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