Overall, the Air Jordan 1 Low is a phenomenal alternative to the Air Jordan 1 High OG. Although the High OG is more popular, the Jordan 1 Low proves itself to be better for certain occasions. For instance, this is a sneaker that truly shines during the summer months. Low-top sneakers always work better with a pair of shorts, and fans have typically agreed with that sentiment. That said, the Jordan 1 Low continues to be a highly sought-after shoe, with tons of pairs being released every single year.
Additionally, it should be noted that Jumpman has a contract with numerous Universities. These schools will commission Jordan Brand for some new Player Exclusives that are adorned with the school's colors. Although most sneakerheads can't get their hands on these shoes, there is no doubt that fans at least like to gawk at them. Thankfully, we recently got a fresh look at the Air Jordan 1 Low PE that was created for Marquette. Sure, they may be out of the March Madness tournament, but they were definitely eliminated in style.
"Marquette" Air Jordan 1 Low
Above, you can find some detailed shots courtesy of our good friends over at English Sole. As one can imagine, these shoes carry forth Marquette's iconic blue and yellow aesthetic. Firstly, the shoe opens up with a white leather base that goes from the toe box to the tongue to the side panels. Secondly, we have dark blue overlays with a yellow Nike swoosh for good measure. Lastly, the insoles are where this shoe truly shines as we have the "Marquette University" logo on top of a yellow palette.
Unfortunately, just like most Player Exclusives, these will not be released on the market. Instead, you will have to find yourself a Marquette athlete if you want to see these in person. It is unfortunate, but that is the way she goes. Hopefully, a similar colorway is announced as a general release. As always, you can let us know what you think of this Air Jordan 1 Low, in the comments section down below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for more news and updates from around the sneaker world.