These AJ1 Lows adopt a tearaway upper inspired by the likes of Lance Mountain and trends seen in the recent PEACEMINUSONE x Nike Air Force 1 “Para-Noise” and the CLOT x AJ1 “Fearless.” The original color of the skateboarding-indebted sneaker is “Desert Ore/Royal Blue,” with the former encompassing the canvas upper and the latter working the outsole and lining.
On the other foot, the same “Desert Ore” hue is found on top, but lining and details show the hidden underneaths of a black and “Royal Blue” color scheme. As the shoe is worn more frequently, natural wear and tear will reveal a “UNC Blue” colorway on one foot, and the aforementioned darker hues on the other. Continuing the mismatching theme are white and black laces, contrasting tongue tabs, and split insoles.
The Nike SB Air Jordan 1 Low QS “Desert Ore/Royal Blue” is set to release on December 6 at retailers such as Sneakersnstuff for $120 USD. Take a closer look above.
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