Closer Look at the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG "Olive"
3 days ago - By Hypebeast
Travis Scott has fully returned to the spotlight, and as a result, Jordan Brand has been given the green light to proceed with production for his upcoming footwear collaborations. In the coming months, the Houston native is expected to release more takes of the Air Jordan 1 Low OG , one being an "Olive" iteration that's expected to be a women's exclusive. Grayscale tones are used in greater quantity on this impending 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. Drab olive...
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