The Air Jordan 1 Low “Tiffany” Release Date,Ever since 2015 or so, Jordan Brand has been paying relatively more attention to the Air Jordan 1 Low, which is more fitting now considering that summer is on its way. In recent times, the Jumpman has dropped numerous OG colorways of the Air Jordan 1 Low, including the “Bred,” “Chicago,” “Royal,” “Shadow,” and other OG iterations. While this particular Air Jordan 1 Low rendition is not a returning OG colorway, it perhaps reminds old-school sneakerheads of a classic theme that was quite popular back in the days. Moreover, this sneaker’s overall color scheme makes it ideal for both the spring and summer seasons jordan releases.
For many girls and women, there could be no better gift that would delight and excite them than jewelry, unless of course, they are into collecting sneakers. Tiffany & Company is perhaps the largest and leading luxury jewelry retailer in the world. One look at their branding makes it apparent why the mint/hyper turquoise hue that Nike and Jordan Brand have often utilized for their footwear has become associated with Tiffany. Back in 2014, Jordan Brand had actually dropped an Air Jordan 1 “Tiffany,” but it was in mid-top form. The Air Jordan 1 Low featured here is not officially a “Tiffany” version, but it does reflect that theme.
Unlike various Air Jordan “Tiffany” renditions from the past, the low-top leather uppers of this Air Jordan 1 are entirely dressed up in the hyper turquoise hue. Even the laces, Nike Swooshes spread over the side panels and the tongues, which are made of nylon, are covered in the same hyper turquoise hue. Thus, this Air Jordan 1 Low is almost entirely a tonal sneaker. The only exceptions are the black colored inner linings and Jordan branding, while it is also equipped with matching, clean white midsoles and outsoles.The fact that this sneaker does feature any Nike branding should hopefully not detract from its appeal. Interested sneakers do not even have to wait because select retailers already have this Air Jordan 1 Low “Hyper Turquoise” up for grabs.