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US men’s sizing ranging from 5 to 13 is available for the Jordan Horizon Low Premium. It comes in medium width and fits true to size. It has a leather upper that delivers good support for the foot, while the lace-up rope system secures a tight fit. The padded low-top collar and tongue offer excellent mobility for the ankle.  

With a sports-inspired upper, the Jordan Horizon Low Premium delivers an iconic look paired with an updated construction. It’s the perfect shoe for dressing up or down, matching well with straight pants and shorts as well as t-shirts. It has a lightweight structure that makes it ideal for walking in warm weather.

At the same time, it has a refined aesthetic along with an athletic comfort that makes it an excellent addition to one's winter wardrobe. The shoe's sleek upper has a versatile appeal that goes well with jackets, sweatshirts, and hoodies. Overall, the kicks offer a lot of styling options for an exceptional street style flair.

With a lightweight engineered leather construction, the low-top Jordan Horizon Low Premium features distinctive all-leather designs. Its obsidian/white colorway comes with a unique quilted design in a diamond pattern. The dark grey/metallic silver option has an ombré look, while the black/light bone colorway combines black leather with a classic plaid pattern.

It has the same sole design as that of the Air Jordan 13, utilizing neutral color themes. Branding comes in the form of the Jordan Jumpman logo, embroidered on the heel near the collar and the tongue. It also appears on the outsole. Rope laces in a unique lace-up look complete the kicks' athletic appeal. 

In 1984, legendary basketball superstar Michael Jordan sauntered out to court in his black-and-red, or “bred” Air Jordan I, launching the Jordan Brand. Fast-forward many years later, and it has become a multibillion-dollar brand that’s highly recognizable around the world, from its trademark Air Jordan shoes to its iconic Jumpman logo.

To this day, many other basketball stars are attracted to the brand. Some of the most significant names to recently endorse it include Kawhi Leonard, Russell Westbrook, Jimmy Butler, Carmelo Anthony, and Chris Paul. Sports leagues such as the National Soccer League, NASCAR, and Major League Baseball are also sponsored by the brand. Nike Air Jordan shoes and apparel are sported by championship teams.

There is no doubt then that Jordan’s basketball legacy, as well as the heritage of his iconic kicks, will live on. Beyond the court, the Nike Jordan Brand has ventured into lifestyle shoes that are known for their functional and trendy construction. One notable addition to the brand’s catalog is the Jordan Horizon Low Premium, which combines advanced materials with the unique bottom of the Air Jordan 13 for a well-rounded shoe.                                                                                                                                       

Part of the signature Jordan Horizon series, the Horizon Low Premium takes the iconic silhouette and updates it with sleek new colorways and designs. While the previous models, the original Jordan Horizon and the Jordan Horizon LS, focused more on classic post-game looks, the Horizon Low Premium levels up the game with an even more futuristic take. The same sole adorns all models and similar technology is used, yet the updated Low Premium certainly stands out when it comes to a unique look and style.

  • Full-length Phylon construction along with a Zoom Air unit is incorporated in the midsole, delivering protection and a flexible feel.
  • A panther’s paw pattern is used in the modified herringbone outsole, which also has strategically placed pods that improves traction and suppleness.


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Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.