The graphics of this mid-cut Air Jordan 1 uses a semi-transparent mid-foot Swoosh overlay. Beaverton abandons the standards of OG tools and tribute makeup, and designed a work that is quite unique from the previous version, using translucent materials at the same time. Nike and shoe soles are used as a way to play the popular pattern of React Element 87. Under the recognizable brand craze, the “FLY” prints completed in graffiti style reflect this destructive effect on the whole, which can be emphasized in the asymmetric structure of the two. Other details include a mismatched tongue logo, a white midsole and a translucent blue on the entire sole.