Two of the most highly demanded Air Jordan 1 releases of 2018 was the Off-White Air Jordan 1 in White, and the Union Air Jordan 1 – which debuted in two different color options.
Virgil dropped the White colorway exclusively at select retailers in Europe, and instantly became one of the hardest Air Jordan 1s to get.
Los Angeles-based menswear boutique edition of the Air Jordan 1 combined original colorways of the classic silhouette into one shoe. This version combined the body of the “Black Toe” with the ankle of the White and Grey colorway.
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SoleFly’s Miami Hurricanes-inspired Air Jordan 1 collab—originally released exclusively in South Beach during Art Basel last year—could be seeing a wider release in the near future.
Official product images of the “Shattered Backboard”-like colorway recently appeared on Nike’s website, which suggests that an online release could be on the way. If recent launches are any indication, don’t be surprised if this drop with little warning at all with a SNKRS “shock drop” reminiscent of releases like the “UNC” Off-White x Air Jordan 1.
As of now, a re-release has yet to be officially confirmed, and resell prices for this pair are currently averaging around $2,000.