Taking a break from experimental takes covered in denim and West African prints, the Air Jordan 1 Low has recently appeared in a “Bred Toe” style based on one of the model’s inaugural 1985 arrangements.
Seen as a high-top Air Jordan 1 in 2018, the newly-surfaced take features a “White/Black/University Red” color palette that applies the most latter hue on the toe box, ankle paneling and lower heel overlay. The rest of the upper one Peter Moore’s more lifestyle-oriented version of Michael Jordan’s first signature sneaker divvies of a “yin-and-yang”-appropriate scheme, with the forefoot area being reinforced with “Black” leather; quarter panels, lace guards and profile swooshes follow suit. Unlike Travis Scott‘s collaborations, the upcoming sneaker doesn’t follow the “OG” Trim, boasting the “Wings” insignia on the bottom heel instead of the Achilles’ heel. Lastly, the outsole rounds out the retro in “University Red,” as it did on the aforementioned high-top.
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Release Date: 2021
Color: White/Black/University Red
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