Last updated on February 16th, 2024
|Air Jordan 1 Low OG
|- green color
- swoosh with reduced size
- golden adornment on back stay and tongue
- intricately sculpted metal
- sturdy stitching across the shoe
- designed for women
In the realm of high-end leather goods, Jordan Brand has ingeniously repurposed the Air Jordan 1 Low OG for women, fashioning it into a lavish 'hand-bag'. This exquisite creation showcases the brand's iconic color palette, instantly capturing attention in the world of luxury fashion.
Emerging effortlessly from your electronic device is a vivid hue reminiscent of Bottega's iconic green. While the canvas of the Air Jordan 1 Low OG is noteworthy, it pales in comparison to the eye-catching color.
It is evident that these are not your average Jordans; this forthcoming release belongs to the Method Of Make collection, which made a grand entrance with the Air Jordan 1 High MM - a tribute to exquisite merchandise.
Although the fundamental design of the '85 model remains unchanged, there are notable modifications that embody the Method Of Make philosophy. The iconic Swoosh emblem has been reduced in size, resembling a luxurious golden adornment commonly found on high-end handbag labels. This same approach is applied to the tongue label, which replaces the traditional nylon with an ornate gold-plated AIR JORDAN tag. Similarly, the Wings logo is elevated through the use of intricately sculpted metal.
The upper of the shoe showcases a distinctive texture that resembles Prada's iconic Saffiano leather. Prominent, sturdy stitching is visible across the shoe, connecting the side of the toe, inside of the foot, and back of the shoe.
When the Air Jordan 1 Low OG "Method Of Make" arrives at stores later this year, it is bound to capture the imagination with its remarkable intricacies. The meticulous craftsmanship and exquisite details suggest that these sneakers will likely come with a more substantial price tag than we are used to.
By the way, Air Jordan 1 Elevate Low will release a new version of sneakers in 'Triple-White' color scheme.