The Air Jordan 1 Low gets an eco-friendly Crater revamp


More sustainable work from Jordan – this time, the Air Jordan 1 Low gets a green upgrade, showing the brand is working towards its eco-friendly goals. Still maintaining a basketball-ready guise, sustainable materials and abstract design upgrades make this trainer an example to others.

Recycled mesh fills the upper for a comfy, airy feel while suede overlays add some sturdiness to the upper. Speckled Swooshes signal the sustainable elements of the shoe, plus there is stitched detailing for a DIY-like approach. Jumpman logos on the tongues confirm basketball heritage, while further speckled accents on the rubber sole signal eco-friendly Nike Grind material. Cushioning as always, the shoe has defining Air technology, and Air Jordan Wing branding on the heel arrives with a tonal black aesthetic.

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The Air Jordan 1 Low ‘Crater’ will be live on our launches app soon. It arrives in men’s sizes and is priced at £105.





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