Streetwear Fit – Air Jordan 1 Shadow, Supreme X Undercover, Stone Island and Off White

Streetwear Fit is a segment that covers functional style drawn from the streets and how you can look ball without looking like everyone else in the game.

I got my hands on an early pair of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Shadow colorway, thanks to the plug. And as you would have noticed by now, for me the sneakers make the outfit. Everything else follows.

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Unbox the Supreme Tee and Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Shadow with me.

Unlike the Air Jordan 1 Bred or the Air Jordan 1 Royal Blue, the Air Jordan 1 Shadow does not get a lot of love or attention. It sat on shelves for a fair bit (during its drop in 2013) and eventually sold out. Much like the All-Star AJ1 of 2017. This year too, despite all the excitement and hype around Air Jordan 1’s since February (we already had the Air Jordan 1 Bred Toe and Game Royals drop and sell out instantly), I feel the Shadows might just fly under the radar.

It is a beautiful pair purely based on the quality of materials used. If they sit during the main drop, I am without a doubt going to pick up a backup pair to beat. Doubling up is dead in 2018 with the number of hot kicks dropping every week. But I just might make an exception in this case.

Fit: True To Size
Leather Quality: Super soft and buttery, best I have seen on an Air Jordan 1 till date. Unless you compare them to the Shattered Back Boards. But I can’t make an educated comparison since I don’t own a pair of the SBB.
Worth the money: Heck yeah!

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The galaxy inspired artwork on the Supreme X Undercover X Public Enemy Tee

Another hot piece, that is part of this look is the Supreme X Undercover X Public Enemy 2018 collab tee. This is quite a “controversial” collab coming in 2018, considering the time we are in right now. I mean sure, this may not apply to India because despite being the most racist country the problem is more so evident in the Americas. Public Enemy’s 1990 Album “Fear of a Black Planet” is the inspiration for the artwork on this collection. Their album cover and famous crosshairs logo (a black man in the sights of a sniper viewfinder) adorn most of the collection. More so, the title of their album. I don’t know if this deterred resellers and general white hypebeasts because I was easily able to cop 3 tees from the drop. I do have an issue with their sizing this season though. Everything is super oversized. I have found Supreme’s tees getting bigger with every change in season. The Supreme Sade Photo tee, for instance, fits me super snug at a size L, whereas the Supreme Nasty Nas tee from the subsequent season is slightly oversized (nearly perfect) and this season it is super loose and a lot in fit like my XL sized CDG X Supreme Box Logo Tees.

There was a piece Highsnobiety wrote on if it’s alright for white people to wear “Fear of a Black Planet” merchandise.

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Outfit Details

Tee – Supreme X Undercover 
Cargo Pants – Stone Island
Sunglasses – Off White
Sneakers – Air Jordan 1 Shadow (2018)
Watch – Omega Seamaster

You might also like this streetwear fit featuring Stone Island cargo pants.

Also, check out the best jeans to wear with the Air Jordan 1 sneaker here.

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