The Air Jordan 1 Low has traditionally been a considerably more adventurous trim than Michael Jordan’s original signature sneaker. The late Peter Moore’s classic design just resurfaced in another Split-iteration, this time with “Bright Spruce” and “Black” on the upper.
The embroidered “Wings” insignia shines on the bright sneaker
The newly-surfaced pair is slightly evocative of the original Air Jordan 1 “Royal” from 1985, with an eye-catching greenish tone across the sneaker, with the eponymous hue appearing inversely between medial and lateral sides à la Nike Air Force 1 “Scarface” from 2006. Jumpman emblems on the tongue follow in the footsteps of the profiles swooshes, while the embroidered “Wings” insignia on the spine takes on “Bright Spruce” flare. Finally, the sole units are kept basic in an off-white and “Black” color scheme, enabling the upper to take center stage.
What makes the Nike Air Jordan 1 Low “Bright Spruce” and “Black” so enticing is that it has a throwback feel without being overly complicated. And also the latest Air Jordan shoes will undoubtedly add a splash of color to your sneaker collection.