The Air Jordan 1 Low has certainly had a rough time getting off the ground to say the least, though collaborations by way of Eric Koston and Travis Scott have certainly done the heavy lifting in terms of picking up the pace. Cutting along the grain of heritage schemes, the modified silhouette has been seeing to a few colored toes in the past few months, and with the Bred, Shattered Backboard, and Royal out of the way, it’s moving on to the famed OG Shadow. More so borrowing than outright copying, the execution is all in all still quite distinct: the neutral shade finds place in different spots here, dressing up the toe, tongue, and swoosh while base leathers and overlaid panels opt for white and black, respectively. Materials are also a bit out of the norm as well. Whereas much of the constructions favors the typical, the innermost components don a subtle perforation in perpetuity, essentially setting it apart even further from its inspirations, an effect shared by the wings insignia on the heel and lonesome Jumpman on the tongue.