Often taking inspiration from places uncommon, Jordan Brand continues to do up the Air Jordan 1 tooling with a vast array of modifications, stamps, and OG colorways. With many looking ahead to All Star Weekend’s return to the 1985 form, the most current take happens to be just a touch more imaginative as it comes influenced by Beaverton’s own shipping department. Though receiving near radio silence since its reveal months ago, the pair’s many nuanced details weren’t so easily apparent. Showing off in its best look yet, one can more clearly see the upper’s overt connection to the packaging slips themselves, folding and creasing at stress points much like the material commonly behaves. Barcodes emblazon at the ends of both heels, small safety iconography can be found subtly at the back lateral, and more denotative prints add contrast to the blank upper by way of boldfaced black lines. Yellow, a signature hi-vis shade for which the distribution center’s supports and railings follow, take up the inner swooshes — though not its opposing side — as well as the unders of the ankles flaps, branded tongue tabs, and entire outsole tread. Grab a detailed look at the pair right here and expect to find it rolling out to select retailers as well as Nike.com on September 26th.