The Air Jordan 1 Low OG hasn’t been permanently introduced into the brand’s lineup of products, favoring scarce, special appearances from time to time. With the upcoming “Bleached Coral,” “Grey Fog,” “White” and “Black”-colored ensemble, however, it seems Team Jumpman is trying to offer the original trim of the short Air Jordan away from high-profile, limited collaborations.
Dubbed the “Stage Haze” pair by some netizens, the upcoming sneakers indulge in a heritage-informed “Black Toe” look, though toe boxes abandon clean “White” panels in favor of an eye-catching pink. Leather material around the forefoot and along with the tongue also favor a “cracked” aesthetic, deviating from the smooth arrangements that’ve appeared on the majority of Air Jordan 1-variants before it. Overlays around the heel exchange leather build for ones made of suede, delivering a high-quality aesthetic to the basketball sneaker’s latest style. Peter Moore’s 37-year-old design also boasts the “Wings” emblem at the proper area, while “NIKE AIR” branding replaces Jumpman logos on the top of the tongue and sock-liners, cues that only appear on the silhouette’s “OG” iteration.