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This Jordan 1 Low “Hyper Turquoise” Is Comparable To The SB Dunk “Tiffany”

Prior to 2014, Diamond Supply Co. and Nike had teamed up several times before, but near the end of January of that year, they unveiled their latest collaboration project, the Nike SB Dunk High “Tiffany.” It had been revealed that not only these SB Dunk High sneakers but even their boxes would be dressed up in this aqua “Tiffany” hue, which has become quite renowned ever since. In fact, this latest Jordan release 2016 of the Air Jordan 1 Low will mark the arrival of a colorway that might sneakerheads of the “Tiffany” tone because of its “Hyper Turquoise” color scheme.

Air-Jordan-1-Low-Hyper-Turquoise-2Over the past couple of the years, quite a few Air Jordan iterations featuring the “Tiffany” hue have surfaced, but nearly all of them were custom pairs. For instance, Nbproductionz even whipped up a “Tiffany” rendition of the Air Jordan 1, using the model’s high-top version as the base for his custom creation. While the Nike SB Dunk High “Tiffany” was definitely a sneaker worth copping, it is very likely that many sneakerheads did not manage to get their hands on it. For many of those collectors and sneaker aficionados, this upcoming Air Jordan 1 Low “Hyper Turquoise” is an excellent substitute.

Obviously, the reason this Air Jordan 1 Low colorway is being compared to SB Dunk High “Tiffany” is because of its Black and Hyper Turquoise color scheme. The upper of this sneaker is monochromatic and tonal, dressed up entirely in Hyper Turquoise, including laces, Nike Swoosh and tongue. Completing the Tiffany-esque look is the Black that covers the inner lining and the Jordan branding, such as the Jumpman on the tongue and the Wings logo on the heel. The upper has also been paired with a contrasting White sole unit.

Air-Jordan-1-Low-Hyper-Turquoise-3Details from the Jumpman regarding the Jordan release 2016 of this Air Jordan 1 “Hyper Turquoise” are currently scarce. However, it is being rumored that this sneaker will be up for grabs from U.S. retailers very soon.

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