Recently, Los Angeles sneaker expert The Shoe Surgeon created a pair of Air Force 1 Low Tartan by The Surgeon shoes, which combines Nike Mars Yard and Air Jordan 1 shoes. Crafted from leather, suede and mesh, the shoes are designed in black and white and complemented by red. The red pull ring design is used on the heel and the tongue, and the shoe side suede Swoosh is matched with red, and the gold tongue of the Shoe Surgeon logo is used to indicate identity.As we all know, Tinker Hatfield is the largest and the best designer of all time, and the Jordanian portfolio is not in its portfolio. He designed such models as Air Trainer 1, which were the inspiration for the creation of the following Air Jordan III. The set also includes Air Jordan 6, as well as Air Jordan 8 and Air Jordan 10.
The Air Jordan 1 6 Rings design visible here is largely gray, which dominated the upper. However, for the breakthrough comes with the help of black color, which was applied on elements covered with the Elephant Print pattern. I am talking about the overlay around the toebox and on the heel. In turn, in the upper parts of the upper, and more precisely on the tongue, lining with the collar we see the color white.All this was put on a slightly yellowed sole with a gray underside. The project finishes with delicate green accents. It's about the first and last eyelets for laces, Jumpman on the tongue and all its back, as well as an insert or branding on the back of the shoe.
This collaboration has had the merit of much talk about the first rumors about Nike Air Force 1 during the summer. It must be said that the announcement was important, because no one would have imagined that Jordan Brand could associate his name to a football team. The partnership, however, was well established and was revealed in the rules of the art with a presentation on Thursday, a drop on Friday and a match on the following Tuesday. Great art in terms of communication. The second part of this collection will arrive tomorrow with a minimalist Jordan 1 wearing the predominant black shade of the collection. Sweden, mesh and leather on the Swoosh mingle on a pair dressed with a touch of red on his tongue and his midsole.