The claim that dietary sugar in canine diets promotes yeast infections is constantly repeated on the Internet, but it's wrong -- please read this vet-authored article:
Setting that carb/yeast stuff aside:
If you're serious about low-carb, you cannot feed kibble! ALL kibble is carb based -- you cannot extrude kibble out of the machines they use to make it without about 40% carbs. They need them in there to bind the "dough" that they shoot through the machine.
Also, you should be looking at Dr. Harvey's Paradigm base-mix if you really want a low-carb kiet. It's based on ketogenic principles (inspired by the KetoPet sanctuary's work with cancer dogs). It's VERY expensive, but it feeds out well:
From your list, if you can afford Ziwipeak air-dried food, it's in a league of its own -- radically different than any kibble option. You might also look at ONP's MaxMeat as a cheaper alternative to Ziwi air-dried -- I think Ziwi's quality is a step above ONP's, but ONP's is significantly less expensive (and still an air-dried jerky food):
If you're in that price range, The Honest Kitchen and its competitors (Sojo's, etc.) are also options. They have a lot of carbs though.
I think Victor also has a beef-based food that might be worth looking at, at MUCH lower cost (but it does have chicken FAT as an ingredient -- whether that will set off the allergy depends on the dog).
Orijen and Acana have a lot of peas, for what they charge for that food! Check this out:
Is Change in Pet Food a Good Thing? ? Truth about Pet Food
Most Wysong foods are chicken-based. Wysong's Anergen might be a candidate, as it has lamb instead of chicken: https://www.wysong.net/anergen
(it does have sweet potatoes, but no legumes, and it also has added taurine).
I fed Wysong's kibbles rotationally in the early 00's, back when there were relatively few high-end options. It fed out OK, but my dogs disliked some of the flavors (they hated Synorgon in particular). I would buy one small bag (or ask for a sample) before buying a lot of it, to see if your dog likes it. Back then Dr. Wysong was also advocating for corn and soy as ingredients, but I don't know if he still is. His food fell out of fashion because of it, I think. He also got cross-wise with Whole Dog Journal in a public fight when they fussed about him using "plasma" as an ingredient in canned food instead of water, even though it was more nutritious than water. I REALLY liked Wysong's packaging (I recall when buying 40#, it came in a case of 4 x 10 pound mylar bags, so the food stayed fresher than in a big, open bag).