Even though the Air Jordan 1 KO isn’t as popular as its leather-based counterparts, it’s still an important part of the history of the #23.
This minimalistic design provides the sneaker a clean appearance
Recently, the canvas-covered proposal came out in a gray, white, black, and sail color scheme that wasn’t original. Most of the upper is covered in the two brightest of these colors, while black is used for the profile swooshes, “AJKO” branding on the lateral ankle flap, and details at the top of the tongue. Collar areas and traction that looks like it came from a Nike Dunk give the shoes a “aged” look that has become popular among sneaker customizers in the last two years. Each part adds to the already large number of design options for the Air Jordan 1.
The new Air Jordan 1 KO will be a very welcome addition for Air Jordan fans. Since the AJKO OG came out in 1985, many people have been looking forward to a remastered version of the shoe. This shoe pays homage to all the original AJ1s.