Jordan 1 Retro High Air Dior
Jordan 1 Retro High Dior
We first saw the Dior's collaboration with Jordan back in December, in the form of theAir Jordan 1 High OG. Now we finally have a glimpse at the rare Low Top version of the highly-anticipated Kim Jones-designed sneaker.
The high-top was revealed as part of Dior Men’s pre-fall 2020 show in Miami. Just a month later, Parisian photographer Karl Hab has taken to Instagram to show off a low-top version of the Dior Jordans, spotted at Daniel Arsham‘s Paris exhibition.
Like the Dior Air Jordan 1 High, the low version features Dior’s popular oblique motif on the swoosh along with panels of “Dior Grey” and cream throughout the shoe. The low-top maintains the co-branded “AIR DIOR” on the tongue, albeit without the emblematic Jordan wing motif.
The low-top version of the Dior x Air Jordan 1 will be in even more limited supply than the high-top iteration. Just 8,500 high-tops wil be available — in homage to the launch of the Jordan 1 in 1985 — while only 4,700 low-tops will be sold. The latter number honors the launch of Christian Dior’s New Look in 1947.
Both the Dior x Air Jordan 1 high-top and low-top are slated to launch in April 2020. The collaborative sneakers will be sold exclusively at Dior stores throughout the world.
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