Who should buy the Jordan Horizon Low

This low-top Jordan Horizon Low could be a great pick for you if:

  • You are looking for a low-top sneaker that offers the right blend of comfort and style.
  • You want a stylish pair that is durable, lightweight, and breathable.

Jordan Horizon Low Logo

Style of the Jordan Horizon

The low-top reconstruction of the Jordan Horizon enhances the capability of movement while administering the same stylish design. The one-piece upper had minimal overlays that produce a streamlined appeal off-court. The eye-catching paw-figured sole compensates for the minimalism of the upper and even emphasizes the sneaker's overall low-profile image.

Jordan Horizon Low Mesh upper

A wearer suggested that wearing patterned shorts and shirts go really well with the sneaker, without getting too busy. For a more general look, pants and jogging pants also do the trick. For edgier options, tight pants that slim down to the ankles and calves would emphasize the sneaker more.

Jordan Horizon Low Tongue

Notable Features

From far away, the element that captures the eye of on-lookers when it comes to the Jordan Horizon Low is its paw-like sole. This hint of Jordan XIII's was maintained in the silhouette of the Horizon Low from its podular Phylon midsole to the translucent patches in the outsole. The carbon shank keeps structural rigidity and also connects the two pods of herringbone-patterned rubber outsoles.

Jordan Horizon Low Outsole

Known for its lightweight and super comfortable form, the Horizon is even remodeled into a low top that upgrades the already light structure. A trapezoidal heel tab features the Jumpman logo that is accented with parallel lines at the bottom. The bumps that cover the eyelets of the lace loops are also prominent features and is ended by a metal eyelet with Jordan lettering on top.

Jordan Horizon Low Eyelet

History of the Jordan Horizon Low

The Jordan Future was a sneaker that takes on the silhouette of the Jordan XI but with more subtle accents and features. It debuted in 2014 and received somewhat polarizing views for Jordan Brand fans. Loyalists of the 11's were appalled by this reconstruction and some even stated that the Jordan Future was a downgrade to the already coveted line.

Jordan Horizon Low Insole

But with its garnered attention, more and more users appreciated its heavenly off-court function that set the mood for subsequent follow-ups. A year after Future's release, a revamp of the iconic Jordan XIII was produced by the Jordan Brand.

The Horizon, which was intentionally created for activities beyond the court was critically acclaimed by customers for its supreme comfort. By mid-2016, a low-top form of the sneaker was introduced to the public, adding another versatile option to Jordan's lifestyle series. The Jordan Horizon Low is built with a one-piece upper that is made available in a multitude of colorways.

Jordan Horizon Low Midsole

Facts / Specs

Base model: Jordan Horizon
Top: Low
Inspired from: Basketball
Colorways: Black / Blue / White / Red / Green / Grey
SKUs: 845098006 / 845098010 / 845098011 / 845098041 / 845098060 / 845098102 / 845098600 / 845098601 / 846365009 / 846365018

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