Jordan Brand will re-issue a pair that was released from almost two decades ago, the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Japan”.
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Air Jordan 1 High OG “Japan” was first released in 2001 exclusively in Japan and was only limited to 2,001 pairs. As part of Air Jordan 1’s 35th Anniversary, the Japan-exclusive Air Jordan 1 High OG will also be released globally.
The Air Jordan High OG “Japan” will feature its OG design in neutral grey, white, and metallic silver. The pair features a Grey textile upper matched with Metallic Silver leather on the heel, Swooshes, and toe box. The Jumpman logo in the tongue tabs will be replaced by the “Nike Air” logo, along with a white midsole atop a Grey rubber outsole, and CO.JP on the insoles.
Air Jordan 1 High OG “Japan” will be released globally, and will have a special version in Japan. The pairs will come in silver suitcase with numbers from 1 through 2,020 exclusively in Japan, while global release pairs will come in Silver/White Jordan 1 boxes.
The Air Jordan 1 High OG “Japan” is set to release on August 1 at selected Nike Stores and retail stores. Pairs can be copped for US$170.
Here are more detailed angles of the upcoming Air Jordan 1 High OG “Japan”.
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