The Air Jordan 1 and the Nike Dunk were never far off from each other; the AJ1 was in fact a continuation of sorts of the Nike Dunk High, and moving forward to the earlier Nike SB releases, plenty were inspired by the Air Jordan legacy – the Supremes taking shape of the Air Jordan III, 2005’s Black/Royal Dunk Low that many dubbed the ‘J-Pack’ for its resemblance to the original AJ1 release of the same colorway, and even the Jordan x Nike SB P-Rod, which used Paul’s first model as a mosaic of all-things-Air Jordan. Hints of a true collaboration between Jordan and SB made headlines when Dom Deluca broke the news, and this first teaser look at the Air Jordan 1 x Nike SB isn’t that far off of what one might’ve expected – an OG Air Jordan 1 given some SB re-tooling. For now, all we see is a Black/Royal colorway sporting a Nike SB tongue label, and but it’s not quite confirmed whether this leaked photo is just a re-creation of what we should expect or if it’s the real deal. Your thoughts? Let us know in the comments below.
If these turn out to be remodified Air Jordan 1's (fatter tongue, better grip, etc.) with high quality materials, than thats saying something lol. I mean if thats the case then JB should take notes, even another branch of Nike can make better quality Jays lol. And im guessing the price would be reasonable too haha. We'll wait and see for more details, cant be too sure yet.
Oh My God can we just get the regular air Jordan one in the black/blue color way I don't want a NikeSBxJordan, I don't want air Jordan 1 low cut, I don't want air Jordan 1 phat, I don't want Nu retro 1, I want regular Hi Top Air Jordan 1's
JB, Nike, take note
Looks more like a re-creation of what's to come. They look exactly like my royal 1's in terms of condition and overall shape. They look too worn to be a shoe that's not even had an official picture yet
Forget this guy! An SB Jordan Collab is the only way we'll get the Nike logo on J's. Plus we'll see much better quality. Keep it going, just make the tag black and blue like 01 Royals and keep the quality tight