As a complement to the Travis Scott x fragment x Air Jordan 1 High OG “Military Blue,” this Travis Scott x fragment x Air Jordan 1 Low OG will also release this fall as both pairs will undoubtedly be sought after. Essentially bearing the same color scheme of the aforementioned Air Jordan 1 High, the model is composed of a white leather base that is reinforced with black and Royal Blue overlays.
To complement the upcoming Travis Scott x fragment x Air Jordan 1 High OG “Military Blue,” this Travis Scott x fragment x Air Jordan 1 Low OG will also be dropping later this fall as both pairs will surely be heavily-sought after. Detailed images continue to surface online as it showcases the lifestyle perspective of the silhouette.
After dropping in pristine iterations, the Air Jordan 1 Centre Court is showcased in a more subdued finish for the spring/summer season. The newly-introduced lifestyle iteration of the silhouette flaunts a simple color scheme with perforated black leather covering its majority and pink adorning its underlays for a subtle effect. Additionally, tonal black suede tongues and more pink outlining the suede heel overlays provide a complementing contrast. Finally, “Zoom Air”-branded insoles and a vintage-like rubber tooling rounds out the design.
The Air Jordan 1 Low SE “Barely Green” is another spring-appropriate offering from Jordan Brand as it’s slated to debut soon. Overall, this lifestyle rendition of the silhouette sports a subtle, yet vibrant Barely Green textile canvas upper with matching leather overlays. Contrasting black Swooshes on the sides alongside pink for the laces and branded areas provide a complementary pop to the style, while suede wrapping the heel and a white midsole and green rubber outsole round out the profile.
After surfacing earlier this month, we now bring you in-hand and close-up images of the Air Jordan 1 Low “Spades.” This Air Jordan 1 Low starts off with white leather placed on the perforated toe, overlays, ankle, and heel along with a red debossed paisley print on the toe cap and side panels. Metallic Gold then lands on the Swooshes, the spade branding on the tongues, and “K” and “Q” embroidered on the lateral sides to represent the King and Queen cards. Wings branding on the heels. a Sail midsole, and a red rubber outsole finish off this Air Jordan 1 Low. A release date has not been announced yet but peep the new images above and keep it locked to Kicks On Fire for updates.
Following the release of the Air Jordan 1 High ’85 “Neutral Grey,” the Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Neutral Grey” is now introduced as it’s slated to debut this summer. Perfect for the warm months, the model sports a clean White leather construction with subtle grey suede overlays for the Swooshes and branded heel tabs unlike the recent aforementioned 1985 retro. Finally, a white midsole and grey rubber outsole tops off the look.