April 24, 2013 BY John Kim / 5
In 2010 Jordan Brand released a funky pair of Air Jordan 1s called the Air Jordan 1 High J2K which featured a uniquely built upper with some wayward stitching on the upper. Jordan Brand followed that up two years later with another Air Jordan 1 and a duet of the Air Jordan VIIs in Obsidian and Filbert – three tonal colorways that were fairly popular upon the release. This alternate sample of the Air Jordan 1 High J2K has some slight differences from the released version in that the lattice of stitching is square-based with diagonal lines whereas the released version has a triangular tessellation pattern. In addition to the stitching, this sample has an orange chenille swoosh and a blue inner lining. It’s a lot to follow, so check out the photos below as well as a picture of the released version and see the full listing from jesusisbackintown on eBay.
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