Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG "Patent Bred" Will Shine The Holiday Season
The Return Of A Classic With A Flashy Modern Twist
Release Date: Dec 25th, 2021
Retail price: $170
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As the most sought after shoes of all time, Air Jordan 1 is as remarkable as the life and career of the GOAT - Michael Jordan himself. Designed by Peter Moore right after Michael Jordan’s signing with Nike and the release of the shoes to the public in 1985, the iconic black and varsity red colorway has been dubbed by fans as the “Bred” colorway.
The popularity of the black and red combo increased when Jordan kept wearing the pair on the court even though it went against the NBA’s uniform policy. From that point, the Air Jordan 1 also has been nicknamed “Banned”.
This individual colorway of the Air Jordan 1 has been re-innovated many times, with each issue earning their status as a classic. Now the updated version of this OG shoe will be built with patent leather for a premium finish.
Following the original silhouette - the mudguard, vamp, eyestay, quarter panel, and collar are completely blacked-out. Meanwhile, the toe box, heel counter, ankle strap, and Nike Swoosh are glossed over with the varsity red we all know and love.
More detailing with a signature “Nike Air” stitched on the tongue, Air Jordan Wings logo on the ankle strap, and the word “Family” embroidered in cursive inside the lining at the medial area. All of this sits on top of white midsole and red rubber outsole to complete the look.
Apart from the colors and choice of material, the Air Jordan 1 High “Patent Bred” is accompanied with a metallic hangtag of an oversized red Jumpman emblem - whereas it is known that this accessory is only reserved for special edition releases of Air Jordan.
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