According to Soleheatonfeet and zSneakerheadz, this latest Air Jordan 1 High Zoom style pictured here is reportedly made from recycled materials initially seen in February's unveil of Nike's Space Hippie collection. It features what appears to be a black textile mesh upper with exposed foam on the tongue and ankle collar made famous on the Off-White x Air Jordan 1 High collabs. Furthering the theme is the speckled tooling that boasts Zoom Air cushioning and an outsole expected to be made from Nike Grind rubber.
As of now, this Air Jordan 1 High Zoom SH "Move to Zero" is slated to drop in August but has not yet been announced by Jordan Brand. Keep it locked to Sole Collector for updates.
UPDATE (07/14): After leaked images hit the net in May, we have confirmation that this eco-friendly Air Jordan 1 High Zoom will be releasing sometime in the fall. It features a synthetic suede upper crafted using recycled polyester, which sits atop Crater foam tooling made from repurposed Nike foams. The latest style is part of Jordan Brand's Crater collection and is bundled with the Jordan Crater model and the Jordan Crater Slide, both of which are seen below. The exact launch dates have yet to be announced but stay tuned to Sole Collector for updates.
UPDATE (08/12): While the release date is currently unknown, here's an official look at the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom "Crater" arriving in the fall.