July 27, 2011 BY John Kim
Back in 2007, Jordan Brand released the ‘Alpha Omega’ series of Air Jordans which featured select shoes from the legacy with photo graphics on the upper. Truth be told, anytime a photo image is printed on a shoe, we immediately think of ‘customs’, but Jordan Brand released the Alpha Omega Pack anyway in the Air Jordan 1 as well as the Air Jordan XX2. This never-before-released sample features the Air Jordan 1 ‘Alpha’, but without the image of Michael printed on the upper, and instead comes in a simple two-toned colorway of University Blue and White. These would’ve been a great release had it dropped in this form, but clearly Jordan Brand had specific plans for this colorway (and these are too similar to that patent leather colorway that dropped years before). We’ve got additional images of this Air Jordan 1 sample after the jump so take a look and hit up the auction from poofyo101jumpmansneakers on eBay.
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