The Air Jordan 1 Low Flyease Appears In Classic Red And Black

The Air Jordan 1 saw its first-ever Flyease entry back in late 2019, opening a brand new opportunity for physically challenged individuals to enjoy one of the most popular lifestyle shoes on the market. Since that first drop, the Jumpman has unleashed a series of colorways with the easy-entry modification, and it’s finally arriving in a summer-ready low-top format.

Already revealed through leaked images, the Air Jordan 1 Low Flyease now appear through official images in a classic red, black, and white colorway that expresses the history and triumph of Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls dynasty. Although the color-blocking itself can’t be connected to an original colorway of the Air Jordan 1, there’s no denying its place in the Air Jordan 1 family.

The easy-entry Flyease mechanism operates similarly to its high-top predecessor; fabric adhesive locks down the lateral section of the collar, while a zipper at the medial side of the heel allows for the entry way to further expand.

A release date for the Air Jordan 1 Flyease isn’t confirmed yet, but stay tuned for updates as these should arrive on soon alongside a number of other colorways.

Where to Buy 

A release date is expected on September 2nd, 2022.

Air Jordan 1 Low FlyeaseRelease Date: Jun 16th, 2022 (Thursday)Color: White/Black/Gym Red

Mens: $130Style Code: DM1206-163

Per: SneakerNews

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