SoleFly and Jordan Brand continue to find a working formula when it come to crafting collaborative footwear year after year. And after launching a team-up of the Air Jordan 10 SP for the model’s 10-year anniversary in 2020, the two parties are reconvening to produce a new Air Jordan 1 Low collaboration. The shoes were first teased by global hip hop icon Travis Scott back in August 2021, but now we have a closer look at all of its details.
It’s here that the Miami-based retailer turns to two throwback pieces of the Swoosh’s catalog for inspiration: the Air Carnivore and the Nike SB Dunk Low “Bison” from 1993. Most of the ground here is covered in a stark black including the suede materials that form the mid-foot along with the interior lining, laces and tongues. Toe boxes and the tongue’s Nike Air Branding are lined with a red shade that is identical to the “Bison” Dunks, and the sharp-cutting tiger camo patterns that arrive in beige/black form on the mudguards and yellow on the heels are a clear salute to the Air Carnivore. Heels split their branding with SoleFly‘s logo on the left shoe and the customary Air Jordan hit on the right side. Rounding everything off are solid black midsoles and gum sole pieces.
No information has been given out at this time about when they’ll be hitting the shelves, but it’s probable that a drop could be coming in the next couple of months.
Previously, first images of the Air Jordan 4 “Military Black” have emerged.