Grayscale tones are used in greater quantity on this installment. Suede quarter panels and toe boxes are fitted in all-black, and these come contrasted by smooth leather overlays that are treated with white finishes.
A dark brown suede provides the underlay on this pair, with contrasting cream leather forming the rest of the panelled construction such as the toe tip, eyestay and heel. Returning to the upper is the instantly recognisable reverse Swoosh, a feature that most people associate with high-heat Travis Scott and Nike collaborations.
Its dark olive suede is similar to the mocha tones we’ve experienced on previous TS iterations, therefore fitting in among the natural colour palettes of the past. Red Nike Air branding graces the tongue, as well as the embroidered Wings Insignia and Cactus Jack logo on the heel tab, which is also in red. Complementing the upper is the sail-covered midsole, playing against the combination of red and olive accents that are tastefully applied above.
Underfoot lies the classic Air Jordan 1 outsole, now draped in a dark olive that helps achieve a sense of balance on the collaboration.