Compared to the High, the Air Jordan 1 Mid and Low are handled a bit differently. Aside from the more frequent kids releases, the silhouettes are often more playful, making use of fabrics, patterns, and treatments their taller counterpart is reluctant to adopt. This low-top illustrates said difference quite well, as it incorporates a textile not unlike what’s used for your favorite hoodie. Though not likely terry cloth, the material appears very similar, as it builds out both the mid-panel, tongue, and toe box with a heather grey effect. The assumedly soft feel only likens it further to the aforementioned sweatshirt, even despite the more robust leathers that wrap the shoe adjacent. Finally, alongside the white-colored branding and midsole, the laces round out the palette with a pop of light pink. Enjoy a closer, more detailed look at the Air Jordan 1 Low “Light Iron Ore” right here. As officially images have just surfaced, it shouldn’t be long before we see sizes on Nike.com and at select retailers.