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Reminder: Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Midnight Navy” Releases In The US Tomorrow

Reminder: Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Midnight Navy” Releases In The US Tomorrow

Although the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics surely interfered with a plethora of NIKE, Inc.’s commemorative plans, the delays didn’t cancel one of the most coveted iterations of the Air Jordan 1: the once-Japan-exclusive “Midnight Navy” arrangement from 2001, which finally launches stateside on November 14th.

While the pair’s “White/Metallic Silver/Midnight Navy” palette may appear tame when compared to today’s standards, the tri-color makeup marked the first time Peter Moore’s Air Jordan design donned a non-original colorway. Furthermore, tomorrow’s original drop opened the flood-gates for the country-exclusive Jordans that have popped up over the last 19 years. The stateside retro isn’t packaged in special metal briefcases, but it equally captures a moment in history, and serves as yet another reminder that Michael Jordan’s first signature sneaker with NIKE, Inc. is timeless.

Enjoy another look at the versatile Jordan 1 here below, as you try to secure your own via the Nike SNKRS app tomorrow, November 14th.

In related news, the Jordan 11 “Cool Grey” is rumored to return during 2021’s holiday season.

Official Store List
Link: Jordan 1 Midnight Navy

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG co.jp “Midnight Navy”
US Release Date: November 14th, 2020
Color: White/Metallic Silver/Midnight Navy
Men’s: $170
Style Code: DC1788-100
Grade School: $140
Style Code: 575441-141
Pre-School: $130
Style Code: DC1788-100

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Air Jordan 1 Co.jp Midnight Navy 575441 141

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Images: Sneaker Politics

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