Travis Scott, the renowned rapper and fashion icon he has become, is set to make waves in the sneaker community with yet another Air Jordan 1 Low. The 'Canary' Air Jordan 1. Drawing inspiration from the vibrant colors of his high school, Lawerence E. Elkins High in Missouri City, Texas. Scott's collaborations with Jordan Brand have been some of the most lucrative and well received collabs of all time, although the reception around this one doesn't seem to hit home for fans as much as it does for Travis.
The leaked images of the 'Canary' Air Jordan 1 showcase a striking color palette that mirrors the hues of Scott's high school days. The shoes boast a white pebbled leather base, complemented by canary yellow suede overlays and a distinctive blue pebbled leather Swoosh, positioned backward for a signature Scott touch. 
Beyond the captivating color scheme, the leaked images reveals a hopeful quality display and details. The shoes come equipped with yellow, red, and blue laces, providing wearers with the option to customize their look. Cactus Jack branding is prominently featured on the lateral quarter, left heel tab, and insoles, reinforcing the collaborative nature of the release.
To complete the design, white midsoles and soft brown outsoles add a touch of contrast and preparatory feel. What sets the 'Canary' Air Jordan 1 apart from Scott's previous collaborations is its departure from the artist's typical murky or earthy color schemes. Fans of Travis Scott can anticipate the arrival of the 'Canary' Air Jordan 1 sometime this year. While the leaked images have generated considerable buzz, fans are eagerly awaiting the official release to compare the final product to earlier mock-ups. Scott's ability to blend personal influences with innovative design continues to make his collaborations highly sought after in the sneaker community.
Laflame’s signature silhouettes are set to release this year alongside atleast 3 new AJ1 colourways which gears him and his fans up for a packed year full of new heat and possibly new music. 
Adam Jordan Moosa