Nothing quite brings us back to the heart of Jordan like elephant print does, which is why it always catches our undivided attention whenever it appears. Debuting in 1988 with the Air Jordan 3, the famed print has gone on to become the unspoken yet concrete identifier of the model, although we’ve seen iterations of the shoe without print – such as 2020’s fragment Jordan 3. But the elephant print hasn’t appeared on Air Jordan 3, but rather on the ubiquitous Air Jordan 1 Low in a crisp mix of grey hues and white toe-boxes, tongues, and mid-panels that give off that DIOR Air Jordan 1 vibe. Looking closer, this low-top Air Jordan 1 comes dressed in a White, Neutral Grey, Sail, and Smoke Grey color combination. This pair features White leather on the upper while Light Grey adorns the toe, eyestay, and heel overlays. Mesh material is used on the ankle collar and tongues highlighted with elephant printed Swooshes and forefoot overlays. A White midsole atop a Grey rubber outsole completes the design.