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The Air Jordan 1 KO Receives the “Laney” Treatment

While the Air Jordan 1 KO has stuck around for years, Jordan Brand has again allowed it to shine throughout 2023 with the introduction of the Air Jordan 1 KO Low. Debuting courtesy of Union LA, the new low-top version of the silhouette has been overdue for decades. While it has occupied a majority of headlines this year, the high-top version has continued to take on new looks, including a satin “Field Purple” pair that recently appeared.Now, the Air Jordan 1 KO has been prepared with the classic “Laney” color scheme. Drawing from Laney High School in Wilmington, NC — where Michael Jordan played basketball before attending the University of North Carolina — “True Blue” and “Topaz Gold” combine for a familiar-yet-fresh look. Utilizing the AJ1KO’s classic canvas construction, the aforementioned blue hue occupies the base — save for the golden toe — and a majority of the overlays. On top of this, “Topaz Gold” stretches across the Swooshes, collar and laces with an off-white-on-blue sole combination to complete the look.At the time of writing, Nike has not yet shared any release details pertaining to the Air Jordan 1 KO in its new “Laney” colorway. However, it’s currently expected to launch on September 30 via Nike SNKRS and select retailers at a price of $150 USD.Looking for more of the latest news from the world of footwear? We’ve got you covered. Jordan Brand has announced that it has extended its deal with Dallas Mavericks superstar Luka Dončić through 2029.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast

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