Jordan Brand is set to release a new version of the Air Jordan 1 Low FlyEase later this year, and is equipped with Tobie Hatfield's ease-of-entry technology, which makes this shoe more accessible and user-friendly.
Much like the original Air Jordan 1 FlyEase, the Jordan 1 Low FlyEase features a medial zipper and multiple hook-and-loop adjustments that combine to create a personalized fit and feel. This technology is especially helpful for people with disabilities or mobility issues. The shoe comes in the popular black, red, and white color scheme and is made of the customary all-leather material. The side panels, inner lining, and tongue are all constructed of the same black mesh. While the Jumpman logo is in tired, the Swoosh is accented in white.
The Air Jordan 1 Low FlyEase Bred releases later this year on the Nike SNKRS app for a retail price of $130. For the latest information on sneakers, clothing, and collectibles and to stay up to date with the latest drops, connect with us on Instagram and Twitter.
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