Restock Confirmed: Nike Air Jordan 1 Low “Neutral Grey”
A versatile, muted take on the sneaker that started it all.
[Update 26 Dec 2023] Great news! The Nike Air Jordan 1 Low “Neutral Grey” is scheduled for a restock on 1 January via atmos. If you haven’t already copped it, seize this opportunity to secure a pair. Alternatively, you can grab a pair through the SNKRDUNK App now.
[Update 18 Aug 2023] New images of the Nike Air Jordan 1 Low “Neutral Grey” have surfaced. But more importantly, a release date! After months of teasing, the titular pair will now hit shelves on 25 October. Find them on SNKRS and select retailers then with an RRP of US$170.
[Update 17 May 2023] For fans who were eagerly awaiting the Holiday 2023 season for the release of the Nike Air Jordan 1 Low “Neutral Grey”, you might have to wait just a little longer. @zsneakerheadz and Sneaker Files recently reported that the release date for the upcoming sneaker has been pushed back to Spring 2024 instead. They say good things come to those who wait, so stay tuned and keep a close eye on this page for more information in due time!
This year, Nike and Jordan Brand are throwing it all the way back to 1985—the year where the Nike Air Jordan 1 Low first debuted.
Designed by Peter Moore, the OG Air Jordan 1 Low was introduced alongside its high-top and mid-top siblings as basketball performance sneakers. Two colorways of the AJ1 Low were released in 1985, including a “Neutral Grey” (white and grey) pair that boasted an unique suede on leather construction.
Almost four decades later, this “Neutral Grey” colorway will make its comeback during the holiday season. An early look of this retro-release depicts the model in an almost one-to-one remake: an upper featuring smooth white leather topped off with familiar grey Swooshes. The same grey shade also dresses the heel tabs, liners and outsoles; and stamped onto the heel tabs are the Jordan Wings logo.
A similar AJ1 “Neutral Grey” was released in 2021 as an homage to the OG, but this upcoming pair will reportedly stay 100% true to Peter Moore’s 1985 vision. To make things even sweeter, 2023’s “Neutral Grey” will also come complete with the original packaging and accessories. A price tag of US$170 has been tagged to the shoe. Follow along as we continue to bring you more latest updates.
In other sneaker-related news, this upcoming pair of Air Jordan 1 will allegedly cost you US$1,500.
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