This newest offering serves as a major departure from the original as it boasts an entirely new construction. Instead of implenting blocky, dimensional midsole units, the Beaverton brand has crafted the model with canvas uppers, hairy suede overlays and various exposed stitchings that almost give off a blueprint-inspired type of vibe. Oversized outlines of Swoosh logos are stitched into both the lateral and medial walls, but the former also comes furnished with a filled in logo closer to the throat. Extra overlays are also added just beneath the heel tabs and on the lower heels which extend onto the midsoles, and the toe boxes feature an added piece towards outer end for the laces to loop through. Retro pinwheels on the insoles indicate that these are crafted with recycled materials, and the speckled midsoles and bottoms echo this intention.
Peep a closer look at the “Phantom/University Blue/Machalite” colorway, and expect these to release sometime in the coming months.
Previously, Jordan Brand unveiled more Air Jordan 1 Low Golf colorways.