Even though the Air Jordan 1 has been around for the better part of four decades, it's still considered to be one of the most iconic silhouettes of all-time. Back in 1985, Nike and Michael Jordan worked on a ton of legendary colourways – one of them being the Air Jordan 1 Low ’85 "Neutral Grey" that's actually making a comeback next year.
Regarded by many Jumpman fans to be one of the cleanest trainers in history, the "Neutral Grey" was an icon then, and continues to be an icon now. Returning in the same spec as its original '80s release, it boasts a premium "Summit White" leather construction and is very subtly accented with "Neutral Grey" suede across the Swoosh, tongue, and heel.
Underfoot, the Air midsole is painted in a slightly creamy hue, which delivers an archival aesthetic, and this pair comes in a special edition shoebox complete with exclusive laces and accessories.
If you didn't manage to bag the Air Jordan 1 Low ’85 "Neutral Grey" back in the day, then you'll be glad to know that it'll be re-releasing sometime in Spring 2024. Keep it locked for your best chance to cop, and in related news, the Air Jordan 1 High OG "Palomino" finally has a release date!