First unveiled during the Spring of 2022, the Jordan Luka 1 is off to a rather exciting start, as many of the shoe’s debut colorways have sold out quickly after release. History should and is very likely to repeat itself for the signature’s latest, as the upcoming pair draws inspiration from one of the most ubiquitous color combos: Black and Red.
The Luka 1 does, however, place less emphasis on the bolder of the two colors. “University Red” is only applied to the shoe’s branding — mainly, the Jumpman and Luka logos — as well as the detailing along the midsole. Elsewhere, the rest of the construction, from the woven upper to the leather and synthetic paneling, is clad in a dark black, matching that of the laces, lining, and pull-tabs adjacent.
For a closer look at the Jordan Luka 1 “Bred,” take a peek at the official images below. Mens, GS, Little Kids, and Infant sizes will be made available on October 25th via Nike.com.
In other Jordan news, early images of the Air Jordan 37 Rui Hachimura just surfaced.
Jordan Luka 1Release Date: Oct 25th, 2022 (Tuesday)Color: Black/University Red/Dark Grey
Mens: $120Style Code: DN1772-060
Grade School: N/AStyle Code: DQ6513-060
Little Kids: N/AStyle Code: DR6086-060
Infant & Toddler: N/AStyle Code: DR6085-060
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