Unlike other recent Air Jordan releases 2019, these three Air Jordan 1 Low colorways are exclusives, designed for the New York Jets’ Jamal Adams. For the past two decades, the New York Jets have had the same uniforms but that all changed recently on the night of April 4th when they unveiled their new informs for the franchise’s 50th NFL season. According to Neil Glat, the team’s president, the color scheme of their new uniforms consists of Gotham Green, Spotlight White and Stealth Black. To commemorate the occasion, Jordan Brand designed these three custom Air Jordan 1 iterations exclusively for the New York Jets.
The New York Jets’ new uniform includes three different jerseys, each dressed up in one of three hues mentioned above. All three of the jerseys also have a single stripe that goes horizontally across the shoulders. The front of the jerseys features each player’s number with “New York” printed above. The Gotham Green- and Spotlight White-colored jerseys will be worn with alternating or matching pants, while the Stealth Black-colored jerseys will be worn with similarly Stealth Black-colored pants. Last but not least, the helmets have also been redesigned and are covered in Gotham Green, while also featuring a modified New York Jets logo.
For these Air Jordan 1 Low colorways, Jordan Brand has borrowed the same Gotham Green, Spotlight White and Stealth Black from the Jets’ Home, Away and Alternate uniforms, respectively. All three of these three Air Jordan 1 Low iterations have uppers made up of two different kinds of leather, which appear to be the traditional smooth leather and leather with a football-like texture. Even the inner lining of all three iterations is made up of smooth leather. Jamal Adams, the Jets’ strong safety, received these three special Air Jordan 1 Low iterations in custom Jumpman-branded shoeboxes. The new jerseys of the New York Jets can be purchased from Nike.com.
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