June 1, 2012 BY Brendan Dunne / 32
You’ve been saving up right? We sure hope so or else you’ll be faced with one of the tougher sneaker purchasing decisions in recent memory with this weekend’s Air Jordan 1 KO pairs: ‘Bred’ or ‘Black Toe’? Maybe you’re after the former, still reeling from the defeat of missing the ‘Banned’ of 2011, or maybe it’s the latter with its more balanced Bulls colorway. Pretty much any way you slice it retro heads are going to be walking home with one of these so what’s it gonna be? Drop your thoughts in the comments below and don’t forget that the Air Jordan 1 KO pairs pictured will hit stores tomorrow, June 2nd. Also be advised that Nikestore is not an option for the time being, but they’ll still be in-store at spots like CNCPTS or on eBay.
Air Jordan 1 KO
Air Jordan 1 KO
Aint sweating it, still got my old loves but it would be nice to rock these to make them last longer too bad money's tight
Am I the only one happy Nikestore delayed these? Lmao. Took last week off as a graduation vacation and money is currently funny lol. The delay was a blessing.
It would be nice if sneaker news or someone would put out a list of retailers carrying some of these releases. Most the time you can figure out for yourself where to go, but releases like these Nike stores are about the only option unless you have boutique shops close by like New York and L.A.
It e nice if these ain't sell out and sat on shelves so I could get a pair with no hassle. But I'm sure the same dicks get the lebrons will scoop these up to make some more money reselling smh.
C'mon NIKESTORE.COM just release em. overseas for sure buddies a ful size run. cause there not only sneakerheads in da USA. thx so far!
why does one shoe look slightly taller than the other one, and (in the last pic on the Bred) why is the heel layer lower than the other shoe right next to it. Factory defects?
No defect. Notice the shoe on the right is pulled back slightly more than the one on the left giving the false appearance of a defect unless you've noticed.