Air Jordan 1 Retro Low Navy
The Air Jordan 1 Retro Low was first released in 2004. Two pairs dropped alongside one another, which included this white, black and midnight navy colorway. Similar to the Retro+ release from 2001, this pair features a white tumbled leather upper with navy blue and black nubuck accents finished off by metallic silver branding on the tongue.
The main differences between the two releases is the black accents on the lows and the silver accents on the mids/highs. Their shape is quite unique as well, as they are not the exact same build as the original AJ 1 Low from ’85-86. The release date for this pair was June 12, 2004 where they retailed for $80.
While both colorways of the Air Jordan 1 Retro Low released that year were limited, this pair was harder to find. While they may not be the most sought after AJ 1, they are definitely one of the best in terms of lows. If you’re looking to buy a pair, check out the marketplace. If you’re looking to sell, see how much pairs are going for online today.