If a swath of leaked images are any indication, 'Marina Blue' – in both dark and light shades – will be a key colour for Jordan Brand and Nike in the early days of 2022. The latest lifestyle option to receive a 'Marina Blue' colourway? The Air Jordan 1 Low.
Though its shade of blue is different from OG pairs like the Dunk High 'Kentucky' or the Air Jordan 1 'Storm Blue', its colourblocking is identical. Toeboxes, tongues and quarter panels are presented in crisp white, while the eponymous blue shade is used on the remainder of the upper for a two-tone contrast. As is par for the course for all non-OG Air Jordan 1 Lows, Peter Moore's ball-and-wings logo can be seen on the heel, while a Jumpman and Michael Jordan's #23 take up residence on the tongue and lace keeper, respectively. White midsoles and blue outsoles provide a finishing pop of flair.