Air Jordan 1 Low Crater Grey Black

A new colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Low Crater has come to light. For those that may not know, the Crate iteration of the Air Jordan 1 Low comes constructed in a mix of Nike Regrind and Crater Foam materials. This particular pair dons a recycled Grey twill upper paired up with Black suede overlays. Other notable details include the grind rubber Swooshes, exposed Blue stitching in the rear and lining, a White speckled midsole and Nike Grind rubber outsole. Continue reading

Are You Copping the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG Reverse Mocha?

Following the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low “Dark Mocha” in 2019, an exclusive Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Reverse Mocha” edition is suggested to drop next year as new imagery of the forthcoming silhouette continue to surface online. Overall, the model sports the aforementioned colorway’s makeup but in a reverse manner. Defined by the backward facing Swoosh featured on the lateral, followed by signature Travis Scott markings such as the “Cactus Jack” logo on the tongue, medial side panel and lining, the sneaker is topped off with heel tabs branded with the Wings logo on the right and Scott’s Cactus Jack face on the left in red. Continue reading

Air Jordan 1 Low GS Teddy Bear Dropping Next Week

The Air Jordan 1 Low is dropping in more variations this season as it’s now introduced in a kid’s-exclusive rendition that takes cues from plush teddy bear or stuffed animal toys. Sporting an official colorway of “Dark Driftwood/Pink Salt-Gym Red-Racer Blue,” the sneaker’s base consists of brown leather while the focal point is directed at the cozy fleece throughout the remainder, and its fleece-lined collar. Further exhibiting the theme are fuzzy laces and tongues, while mismatching Swooshes and insoles, followed by a white midsole and gum rubber outsole top off the design. Continue reading

Look Out For The Air Jordan 1 Low Light Madder Root

The ladies will be treated to a new colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Low that is better suited for the spring and summer seasons. Taking a look at this Air Jordan 1 Low, the popular sneaker from Jordan Brand starts off with a neutral tan/beige suede construction on the base of the sneaker which is then heavily contrasted by pink leather all throughout the overlays. For more color we see the addition of dark teal on the Swooshes, tongue and heel branding, and the embroidered Wings on the heels. White rubber midsoles and pink outsoles wrap up the look on this women’s Air Jordan 1 Low that will be releasing later this fall for $100. Continue reading

SoleFly x Air Jordan 1 Low Carnivore Debuting in December

The SoleFly x Air Jordan 1 Low “Carnivore” is featured in a lifestyle perspective as this exclusive silhouette is slated to drop this holiday season. Suggested to be inspired from a colorway that was first seen on the classic Nike Air Carnivore via the animal print on the toe cap and the 1993 Nike SB Dunk Low “Bison” with the red suede toe box, the majority of the upper is composed of black suede with matching laces and nylon tongues. Finally, SoleFly’s logo adorns the left heel while a gum rubber outsole rounds out the profile. Continue reading

Full Look at The SoleFly x Air Jordan 1 Low

A new collaborative Air Jordan 1 Low will be releasing during the 2021 holiday season as Miami-based sneaker boutique SoleFly has joined forces with Jordan Brand for an eye-catching release. First previewed by Travis Scott last month, today we get our first full look at the SoleFly x Air Jordan 1 Low which is definitely a head-turner. This Air Jordan 1 Low features a black suede construction on a large portion of the upper which is then contrasted by the addition of red suede on the toebox along with a leopard print on the toecap. The heel is then hit with a tonal tan camo print while white tongue tags with red Nike Air branding, and embroidered co-branded heels in tan round out the main design details. Down below we see a black rubber midsole and gum rubber outsole to finish things off. An exact release date is not known yet but make sure you keep it locked to Kicks On Fire for updates. Continue reading