Official Looks // Air Jordan 1 Low “All-Star” 2021

Official Looks // Air Jordan 1 Low “All-Star” 2021

Revealed back in June as part of Nike and Jordan Brand‘s plans for All-Star Weekend 2021, the Air Jordan 1 Low “All-Star” is just one of several sneakers that will be celebrating the events (expected to be) held in Indianapolis, Indiana next year.

With the certainty of the Weekend in question, the planned sneaker releases are still expected to go ahead. The Air Jordan 1 Low “All-Star” is now the second pair to be officially unveiled, following on from the motorsport-inspired Jordan 1 Mid previewed earlier this month. Once again, the Low looks to pay homage to the state’s unequivocal love of motorsport. The pair arrives with particular callouts to the octane-fuelled sport, including carbon fiber textures tacked on to the patent leather Swoosh, and racing-inspired tongue and insole branding. Construction-wise, you’ll see a buttery-soft black leather upper met with tonal, glossy patent overlays. Piercing whites are used sparingly throughout, found ar the midsole, rear Wings motif, and contrast Swoosh stitching to complete the design


A release date for this “All-Star” Air Jordan 1 Low did not accompany the official image set below, but with a likelihood that the events in Indiana may well be canceled for 2021 — and with the official images available so far out from the originally-scheduled February/March release — you might end up seeing a release of the Air Jordan 1 Mid “All-Star” arrive much sooner than expected.

Until more news arrives, you can grab a detailed look at the pair here below, and as always, keep your eyes glued to our official Twitter account for further updates.

If you’re looking for information on other upcoming Air Jordan Release Dates for 2021, you can check out our full rundown of the year ahead right here.

Air Jordan 1 Low “All-Star”

Style Code: DD1650-001
Color: Black/White
Release Date: February/March 2021 [TBC]

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