After making its debut sometime in September, the Air Jordan 1 Low Crater gets a new colorway. As brands across the globe continue to emphasize the importance of sustainability, Nike joins the trend by creating a sneaker made of recycled scraps. This follows the brands “Move to Zero” campaign which initiated in late 2019, and now it seems they’re on a journey to carve out an imaginative lifestyle with their latest drops.
The base layer of the shoe is constructed with a mix of the Nike Regrind and Crater Foam materials. The upper utilizes a recycled grey twill upper and features black suede overlays which are combined with grind rubber Swooshes. Similar to the debut shoe we saw earlier this year, exposed blue stitches in a zig-zag pattern appear on top of the Swoosh as additional detailing all the way from the midsole to the heel. If you transition downwards, you’ll notice that the scrappy aesthetic has also been applied to the midsoles and the treading as well.
The Air Jordan 1 Low Crater in the new colorway is slated to drop later next month via Nike and is set to retail for approximately $110 USD.
In other sneaker news, Nike adds the VaporMax Plus to its “Go The Extra Smile” collection!