The Air Jordan 1 low debuted in 1985 alongside the Air Jordan 1 High as the first low-top signature sneaker developed by Nike for Michael Jordan. The Peter Moore designed sneaker featured a simple Nike Dunk inspired design that incorporated the Nike Swoosh and the Jordan Wings logo and featured Nike Air.
The Air Jordan 1 Low originally released in several colourways that mirrored the High releases which included Bulls inspired and metallic colourways. The Air Jordan 1 Low returned in the 2000s and has seen several retro releases since.
The Jordan 1 Low Bred Toe takes cues from the 2018 Air Jordan 1 High Bred Toe with its signature black and red color blocking. The upper is composed of white, black, and red leather, with black and red leather smothering the vamp, Swoosh, and heel while white leather is prominent on the quarter panel. From there, an embroidered Wing logo on the heel and a Jumpman tongue label complete the design.