The women’s exclusive Air Jordan 1 Low Slip comes with an unexpected upgrade.
A slip-on Air Jordan 1 isn’t the craziest thing we’ve ever seen; from Air Jordan 1 Low Phat (tongue) to Velcro-strapped versions and even OG editions — we were bound to see a slip-on at some point.
Today, we review the recently released Air Jordan 1 Low Slip and we’re quite surprised with what we found. Materials weren’t half bad and the tech has been altered even though you wouldn’t know just by looking at them. A typical Air Jordan 1 sits atop a rubber cupsole. However, this version of the Air Jordan 1 removes the cupsole and replaces with with a Phylon midsole and rubber outsole, one that looks identical to regular Air Jordan 1’s right down to the stitching.
Why we haven’t seen this type of update on any other versions of the Air Jordan 1 is a question we may never see answered, but we hope it’s discussed sometime in the future.
We hope you enjoy out detailed look and review of the Air Jordan 1 Low Slip. If you were interested in grabbing a pair for you or someone else they’re available up to a size 12 in Women’s now at Nike.com — just go 1 1/2 sizes up from your men’s size if you were trying to convert.