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A new colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Low Crater has come to light. For those that may not know, the Crate iteration of the Air Jordan 1 Low comes constructed in a mix of Nike Regrind and Crater Foam materials. This particular pair dons a recycled Grey twill upper paired up with Black suede overlays. Other notable details include the grind rubber Swooshes, exposed Blue stitching in the rear and lining, a White speckled midsole and Nike Grind rubber outsole.
A bit of early-era Nike SB Dunk flavor has appeared on this upcoming “Ironstone” colorway. Possessing an official colorway of Phantom/Light Iron Ore/Ironstone, this upcoming Dunk Low release captures the neutral earth tone aesthetic to a tee as the upper alternates between shades of light beige/grey hues. Smooth leathers and suede further establishes that contrasting look, while a darkened “Ironstone” floods the midsole to establish that drab look that still persists today. It’s that exact midsole that remind us of a lot of 2000s-generation SB Dunks; Brown Pack SB Dunks, Maples, Carhartts, Wheats — they all stuck to dark brown midsoles. This shade would eventually go on to inspire Travis Scott’s reverse-Swoosh Air Jordan 1, and the rest is history.