Officially returning to stores for the first time since its original release in 2001 is the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG co.jp “Tokyo”, or formerly known colloquially as the “Neutral Grey”. This two-toned release features a matte neutral grey suede paired with a metallic silver accent on the toe-box, Swoosh logo, and heel, while the jeweled Wings logo sits prettily on collar. Unlike other Retro High OG drops, this Air Jordan 1 – like the ’01 pair – features thinner fat laces opposed to the wide flat laces seen in the standard models. Of course the tongue is where most of the variation occurs as it features a full tumbled leather face with Nike Air embroidered on the head.
A Japan-exclusive version with a suitcase, limited to 2,020 pairs, will drop exclusively in Japan, but this global release version is dropping on Nike SNKRS and select retailers on August 7th for $170 in a grey version of the OG shoebox. For a look at the official images, check below and stay tuned for the drop.
In other Air Jordan 1 news, the Jordan 1 “Red Satin” will get a full-family-size release on August 6th.
Exclusive access to the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG co.JP “Tokyo” has been given to some via Nike SNKRS.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG co.JP
Release Date: August 7th, 2020
Style Code: DC1788-029 (Men’s)
Style Code: 575441-029 (Grade School)
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