Air Jordan 1 Low Collection
The history of the Air Jordan 1 Low
The low-top version of the Air Jordan 1 is just as beloved as the original because of its versatility. Worn with shorts, sweatpants, or jeans on and off the court—the Air Jordan 1 Low can be seamlessly integrated into your rotation. With so many colorways to choose from, all you have to do is pick your favorite aesthetic and pair it with anything in your closet for an effortlessly stylish look.
The characteristics of the Air Jordan 1 Low
The Air Jordan 1 Low’s low-top design is achieved by removing the ankle collar section of the original Air Jordan 1 High. This makes them easier to slip on and off, which can be useful if you don’t have time to tie your laces or you find that your ankles are sore after a long day.
The material used to make them is also much lighter than some of their counterparts, making them perfect for those who enjoy running. They’re also breathable and comfortable, so they don’t feel heavy on your feet even if you wear them all day. The material is also durable, as it has been created using innovative stitching techniques that ensure they won’t fall apart anytime soon.
The Air Jordan 1 Low collaborations
The Air Jordan 1 Low is also a staple in the Jordan Brand collaborations, including:
- Off-White, a Parisian fashion label designed by Virgil Abloh. Designed with premium materials and deconstructed details inspired by MJ’s 1986 iteration.
- Travis Scott, the hip hop artist from Houston created this colorway with a mix of materials and colorblocking reminiscent of his hometown.
- Union LA, an L.A.-based boutique that paired two original colorways for this release.
- Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), an international soccer club based in Paris. This shoe features elements drawn from PSG's jerseys and home stadium while giving tribute to the red and black North Carolina colorway of MJ’s alma mater.
- Fragment Design x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG co-created with Hiroshi Fujiwara, the founder of Fragment Design, who reinterpreted the iconic model in all white leather and signature blue accents borrowed from his personal Air Jordan 1 sample made in 1985—the year the sneaker debuted on court.
All Air Jordan 1 Low models
The Air Jordan 1 Low collection is composed of the models listed below.