Throughout its 37-year history, the Air Jordan 1 Low has dressed up in dozens of ensembles both rooted in Michael Joran’s legacy and otherwise. For its latest ensemble, Peter Moore’s design has seemingly added a new spin to the high-top’s original “Black Toe” colorway.
- Clad in white, grey and black, the upcoming Jordans have quickly garnered a “Reverse Black Toe” moniker for the fact that it features pitch-dark panels around the heel instead of the forefoot.
- Leather overlays around the toe, then, indulge in ruby-colored flair that traditionally landed at the model’s spine.
- In addition to featuring a modified color-blocking, the latest take on Moore’s decades-old design boasts textured profile swooshes and black laces, which further gives it its own identity.
- Lastly, the Jordan 1-variant opts for a white midsole, red outsole acombination underfoot