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Official Images Of The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Bloodline”

Official Images Of The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Bloodline”

Despite it being the year of the AJ4, the Air Jordan 1 has dominated the entirety of the past few with new collaborations releasing almost every quarter and a whole jam-packed collection of “Fearless Ones” revealing in full only weeks ago. And while there’s still quite a bit in store for the latter pack, the model’s most coveted High variation is still set to end the year in seldom with its “Bloodline” colorway being one of the impactful few. OG standards are, for the most part, left intact as palettes bear strong heritage tones though their mixture is surely anything but. On the surface, the pair is a redo of the neutral black original from all the way back in 1985 with its edges lined with red piping, a contrast element that pushes the scheme into more modern territory. White base leathers add compliment and more visual dynamics to the overall kit, with matching red laces and tread furthering compliment. Along the insoles, a type print sits, spelling out “WHO SAID MAN WAS NOT MEANT TO FLY.” Gran an official look at these right here and expect a release to hit Nike.com and select retailers on November 29th.

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Bloodline”
Release Date: November 29th, 2019
$160
Style Code: 555088-062

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