Air Jordan brand has always recognized the necessity of outfitting its next generation of athletes in expressive, raucous elementary school uniforms. Most commonly focusing on the Air Jordan 1 Mid for their youthful elements, the latter is accompanied by its low-top structure for a “Warped Swoosh” series.
This shoe’s color contrast draws attention to its simple look
The choice of title and tonal colors is the same, but faded vintage cream colors cover the overlays and vamp of the heels, which is the opposite of how the mudguard and quarter of the mid-tops are done. Instead, clean white leathers cover the aforementioned portions, which are emphasized with a shadowed neon highlight underneath and the heel’s winged emblem. Jet-black branded decorations, such as the Swoosh and the Jumpman emblem, provide a striking contrast to the upper’s lightening, while blue and white raised splotches provide life to the previously barren midfoot area.
Overall, the Air Jordan 1 Low succeeds in mixing the attraction of a limited-edition sneaker with the accessibility of a general-release offering. The sneaker is much simpler to find than the original, but you’ll still have to be lucky to get your hands on a pair.