Historically, the Air Jordan 1 Low has been one of the more experimental trims offered by Michael Jordan’s eponymous signature sneaker series. Recently, the silhouette has emerged in everything from golf-modifications to an elephant print-donning ensemble seemingly inspired by the Air Jordan 3 “True Blue.”
- Perhaps part of a larger collection that makes reference to some of the line’s most iconic retros, the upcoming sneakers mostly indulge in a grey, white and black color palette.
- Textured leather around the forefoot pairs well with the elephant pattern at the lower heel and along the tongue
- Bold blue flair lands on the low-top Jordan 1‘s collar area, as well as the outsole. Initial images of the sneakers don’t showcase a vibrant red Jumpman logo on the top of the tongue, but the remainder of the ensemble draws enough of a comparison to the AJ 3 that first released in 1988.