September 28, 2010 BY John Kim
For sneakers, to give props where they’re due is to add an certain trademark accent or design. A grey/neon green colorway is a clear tribute to the OG colorway of the Air Max 95, while adding a forefoot strap would be considered a salute to the Trainer. For Jordans, its the Elephant Print from the Air Jordan III that is the most recognizable mark – more than patent leather, cement soles, translucent netting, or anything else that isn’t a Jumpman. This new colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Phat Low adopts the classic Black/Varsity Red/Cement Grey colorway but adds the perfect touch of elephant print on the swoosh for a bit of nostalgia. We’ve seen some go overboard with the print but this latest Phat Low shows that less is more. Take another look after the jump and head to Nikestore to snag a pair.
Color: Black/Varsity Red-Cement Grey-White