Wear-Away Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low “Desert Ore” Honors Vintage Lance Mountain Moment

Wear-Away Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low “Desert Ore” Honors Vintage Lance Mountain Moment

Eric Koston, Nike SB and Jordan Brand will be linking up for a third edition of their collaborative Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low in 2019, with news filtering through today of a “Desert Ore” offering to arrive this December.

Paying homage to an iconic Lance Mountain photograph from the 1980s (below) the left foot honors the OG “Royal” colorways, with it’s opposite returning to Eric’s favorite “UNC” colors seen just a few months back in a fully-fledged release. Out of the box, the only distinguishing details at the liners, tongue tabs and sole units, with both adoring an all-over tear-away Desert Ore upper that appears to be a canvas.



Grab a detailed look at the Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low “Desert Ore” both in-hand and on-foot of the skate GOAT below, and find these hitting select stores like SNS on December 6th, and on Nike.com on December 9th, retailing for the standard price point of $90. Stay tuned for the official looks!

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Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low

Style Code: CJ7891-200
Color: Desert Ore/Royal Blue-Dark Powder Blue
Release Date: December 9th, 2019
Price: $90

Where to Buy:
Nike.com @ 10:00 am EST
StockX
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First Looks 10.27.19 //

First looks at the release have now arrived, and they come via skate legend and Jordan Brand advocated Eric Koston. The All-Time skater was seen courtside at a Clippers game this week sporting the never-before-seen kicks. First looks appear to show wear away Desert Ore uppers that overlay alternating unders. Once exposed, the right foot shows a Dark Powder Blue base, while the right shoe shows a black base. Outsoles appear to be alternating, too, with the right foot opting for a UNC blue, and the right an icy translucent

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