While a couple of Air Jordan 1 collaborations have surfaced on the internet such as the SoleFly edition and another by Travis Scott with fragment design, the Jordan Brand decided to keep it minimal by debuting a crisp “Coconut Milk” colorway.
In the past few years, the use of cream and khaki hues on sneakers has been more evident than ever as Nike even released a full-blown all-cream Air Force 1 and Air Jordan 1 High OG. Much like the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom CMFT’s cream and black color scheme, the pair showcases a creamy leather upper construction in a sail hue with stark black hitting the lateral Swooshes and insole branding. All branding elements are embroidered in the same milky shade while the white midsole slices in between the uppers and rubber outsole.
Look out for the Air Jordan 1 Low “Coconut Milk” to release soon at select retailers and Nike’s website for $100 USD.
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