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This Is What The Lance Mountain x Nike SB Air Jordan 1 Looks Like After It’s Been Skated In

May 14, 2014 BY / 19

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The next set of Nike SB Air Jordan 1 releases won’t release until June, but we’re getting an on-feet, post-wear look from the man who designed them himself. Skate legend Lance Mountain posted up this aerial on-feet shot of the white pair of the upcoming shoes, with the white paint exterior almost completely worn off and revealing the “Royal” and “Bred” colors beneath. Is this the coolest thing Nike SB has ever done? Let us know if you’re gunning for these and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more updates as we near the June 7th release.

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Lance Mountain x Nike SB Air Jordan 1
Release Date: 06/07/14
Price: $150

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19 comments
DanielSavage
DanielSavage

Wish they hadn't mis-matched the colorways.  It would have been such an amazing shoe if they hadn't done that corny sh*t.

Dai Cohen
Dai Cohen

great idea, make a shoe people want to wear and not horde. IMO Best release all year.

Josiah
Josiah

How come the board has no wear on it at all? No white paint (or whatever is on top of the shoe) is on the grip tape.. could just be a new board, but just looks like he just took some fine sandpaper to the upper, hopped on a board and took the pic. (And yes, i know he actually skates)

scottbloood
scottbloood

LOL this collab will not be the same as the originals

"C.E.O."
"C.E.O."

I'm sure resellers gonna buy 'em up to sell 'em for $500+. Never ending cycle.

qtbigwatts
qtbigwatts

They shouldn't have revealed this! They should have let the people find out themselves

dracyn
dracyn

@DanielSavage  Lance Mountain, who is a professional skater, and the designer of this shoe, wore one OG Bred and one OG royal back in the 80s when he was a young skater. It was his trademark. This is his stamp and a dope honor.

weldonmiguel
weldonmiguel

@DanielSavage   that's why you get both White & Black pairs, bcuz the bred is the Right Sneaker on the White pair  & Left on the Black...Royal is on the Left of the White & Right of the Black. That way you can mismatch outer color & rock both Breds at once or both Royals at once! There are 4 different combinations of wearing the pack! The concept is FAR from corny bruh! 

DavidCabuenas
DavidCabuenas

@DanielSavage  corny or not this shoe is rooted in the Air Jordan 1s roots in skateboarding, hence the trashed look...and mismatch is what skaters did

Josiah
Josiah

@qtbigwatts  it was already revealed in the promotion pictures a while ago

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