Uppers start with a familiar “Black Toe” colorblocking scheme: black mudguards and eyestays, white toeboxes and quarter panels and blue heel detailing. AJ 1 and fragment fans will surely notice the parallels to the iconic fragment design x Air Jordan 1 from 2014, but there’s plenty of new tweaks as well. The biggest one of these alterations is the large backward cream Swoosh on the midfoot, which works with Air Jordan, fragment design and Cactus Jack heel branding both stamped and embroidered to provide some of Scott’s signature flair.
Medial sides get in on the party as well, discarding the backward Swoosh of the lateral half in favor of a simple black Swoosh, and adding a tooling code-inspired graphic to the midsole. The midsole itself is done up in a cream tone, matching the lateral Swoosh, the laces and the cream tongue. This tongue features an OG Nike Air hit on its tag and adds an extra black tag on its left side. Blue outsoles, collar lining and insoles finalize the look.