November 1, 2012 BY John Kim / 22
The confirmed releases of the Air Jordan 1 High for Spring 2013 should be plenty of OG goodness for Jordan fans, but we’re in for a treat much sooner than expected. This November 10th, Jordan Brand will drop the Air Jordan 1 ‘Election Day’, commemorating the November 7th date in which the citizens of America go out and vote for the nation’s newest leaders. Regardless of whether you lean left or right, you should be headed straight towards these elephant printed AJ1s, which feature the two political parties represented on the insoles. A gallery is right ahead, so take a look and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more updates.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High
Tags: Air Jordan 1
$110 wow for a retro 1?? This is a good price Nike probably did this 4 all the sneakerheads that keep crying on the increase in prices
@cavematt they complain about the price because the shoes are made with garbage material and are uncomfortable , so why not complain . I admit 110 is cheap but they increase prices for no reason . They make more than enough money as it is .
@cavematt $110 is a great price. AJ1 are one of the 23 dopest AJ. Lol. I'm glad the price won't go up like the others at $160.
@Andresx3000 As crazy as it sounds, when it comes to the AJ1 & Dunks I kind of like a few creases on the toe box. Don't know why...just something about it I like.
@Andresx3000 that the best thing about yo...shoes get creased up all the tyme so you woudnt even notice it you wear them the creases wit jus blend in....
@YungDav3 Most of those cry babies that ur defending r the ones who camp 2 days before the retros released but keep complaining. Nikes just smart what company would rather waste more on excellent material than cheaper material when they know douchebags will buy them anyway its called business
@raybanner yeah I was surprised cuz aj 1 phats r 105 n retros r expensive especially the retro 11 thats gonna be like 185