The Air Jordan 1 Low has become an integral part of Jordan Brand’s rotation, especially with the summer heat arriving. In fact, teased photos of a “Shattered Backboard” iteration have been released, signifying the new-found prominence of the low-cut sneaker. In another offering, the Air Jordan 1 Low meets sustainability with a Crater sole and Grind material construction.
From first glance, the low profile sneaker has received an extensive makeover. Recycled black meshes curate the upper, while grey overlays and black laces sit above. Nike’s new Grind material is seen across the Swooshes, with blue stitching attaching the branding to the heel. The Wings logo is found in black. A Crater mid sole, formulated with recycled materials, finishes off the design.
Look for the Air Jordan 1 Low “Crater” to arrive sometime this year for an unknown price on Nike.com. How do you feel about the low-cut silhouette? Let us know here at Cult Edge.
In other sneaker news, the Reebok Instapump Fury “Chalk” is available now.