For a silhouette that has long-cemented itself within the sneaker pantheon, the nike air jordan spizike is never not working to keep things fresh. And while a recent Supreme Air Force 1 argues that the 82 classic is at its best in its simplest form, Bruce Kilgores design has emerged with a slew of far-from-OG modifications in the past month alone. The latest Air Force forgoes any previously-seen removable Swooshes and iridescent panels, but still embodies the spirit of experimentation.

Akin to a forthcoming Sketch Swoosh edition, this Air Force 1 Low covers all of its leather panels in black. Profile Swooshes and accompanying branding, however, exchange the schematic-like composition for their standard arrangement. Down below, the cushioning and traction systems introduce both a yin-and-yang scheme and experimental touch into the mix. Enclosed Air units are denoted by their typical, raised AIR markers on the lateral heel, but theyre also identified by enlarged AIR graphics printed closer to the midfoot.

Grab a closer look at this two-tone, low-top nike air jordan 6 infrared here below as you await pairs to arrive on Nike.com in the coming weeks.

For more monochromatic options from under the NIKE, Inc. umbrella, check out a recent supreme x nike air more uptempo reminiscent of 2016s Premium Essentials Pack.