New Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG 2017 Sale

  • This OG colorway of the New Jordans 2017 features a black leather upper with a buttery tumbled leather being placed on the blue portions of the shoe. The classic blue and black leather upper is then finished off with a white midsole, royal blue outsole, and the classic Nike Air branding on the tongue.The Royal 1s are finally here. One of the greatest colorways of one of the most popular sneakers ever is back once again with the triumphant return of the Air Jordan 1 High “Royal”. Quantities are not expected to be that limited, but when it’s a shoe that everybody wants, you’re still not going to want to hesitate for even a second when they hit sneaker shops this Saturday, April 1st. Here to help you get an idea of where exactly they’ll be dropping to better increase your chances of copping a pair, we’ve collected a full list of retailers who will have the Air Jordan 1 Royal in stock online and/or in-store this Saturday.
    It’s about time we got 2017 Air Jordan Shoes with the approval of Spike Lee stamped on it. Sure, the Mars Blackmon character didn’t help pitch Mike’s first signature silhouette, but there’s no doubt that Spike was an early driving force of the Air Jordan line’s popularity with his iconic black and white ads for the first couple of models and the ‘it’s gotta be the shoes’ catchphrase.Last seen in 2013, the classic Air Jordan 1 will return in its OG high-cut that’s dressed in the traditional Black and Varsity Royal color scheme. The shoe features a clean Black leather upper with Royal overlays on the toe, heel and Nike Swoosh logos. Staying true to its heritage, the release will also come with OG Nike Air branding on the tongue and outsole.
    This Nike KD 10 For Sale looks to take the same iridescent-like approach as the Air Jordan 6 “Chameleon” on its paneling. A Black overlays the Nike Swoosh and toe area, as well as the inner liner. A translucent outsole is also added to this All-Star release.Jordan Brand continues to roll out OG variations of its beloved AJ1 silhouette, with this one mostly staying true to the 1985 model. Having not seen a re-release since 2013 (when it sold out almost instantly,) expect this to be one of the hottest drops of the year.Jordan Brand continues to bring out the out popular original color schemes of the Air Jordan 1. Some of the upcoming releasing include the ‘Banned’ Air Jordan 1 and the ‘Black Toe’ Air Jordan 1 and now we can add the Royal Blue to the list.The catch is that the sneakers aren't available to all. As with previous launches through Nike's early access program, shoppers need a code to unlock the shoes.