JBF Creates Custom Levi’s® x Air Jordan 1 Silhouette

Extending the collaboration with the one-of-one sneaker.

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With Levi’s® and Jordan Brand releasing three different denim Air Jordan 4 colorways recently — blue, black and white — a customizer has now moved the collaboration to an Air Jordan 1. JBF Customs has taken a pair of Levi’s® 501s from the brand’s 2008 Jordan collaboration, with both the outside and inside of the jeans used in on the one-of-one sneaker.

The toebox comes entirely in a dark denim material, including back-pocket stitching used to create a wingtip-effect. The midfoot and heel sections of the shoe come in the “Grey/Elephant Red” pattern that appeared on the jeans’ inner lining. Other features include tan laces, a red Swoosh and a selvedge denim seam down the middle of the tongue.

For more Jordan news, take a look at the label’s upcoming Vogue collaboration.

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