In case you missed it, last night, Sneaker News reported a new colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High that features an interesting pyramid-stitched upper, much like the Nike Trash Talk material used with Steve Nash’s shoes. A similar approach was indeed used for this Air Jordan 1 Retro – now called the Air Jordan 1 J2K High, as scraps from other Air Jordan 1 Retros were used to construct this pair. That’s right, this Air Jordan 1 was made from, well, other Air Jordan 1s. Somewhat cannibalistic, don’t you think? If you’re interested in grabbing a pair, these are available now at Nikestore.