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The Air Jordan 1 High OG “Prototype” Releases On September 24th

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Confirmed in mid-June as part of Jordan Brand’s Fall 2021 collection, the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Prototype” finally releases on September 24th.

While not inspired by Michael Jordan’s professional career or personal life, the upcoming sneakers further cement the signature line’s dominance in the athlete-specific space, and push the Air Jordan legacy into the next five decades. The carefully-crafted leather and nubuck overlays that make up the faint pink, greyscale and blue option play supporting roles to the pair’s perforated collar. Although the Jordan 1 Switch and countless footwear customizers have explored with the idea of playing with the silhouette’s trim, the “Prototype” style delivers an irreversible experience. Cut marks at the collar enable the shoes to go from high-top to the Air Jordan 1 Low, which may be more suitable for the warmer months of the year. “Wings” insignias are forgone if chopped to make a low-top, which may deter many collectors from taking that decision. The bold, however, will surely find ways to make the experimental Jordans work for them.

Enjoy official images of the multi-color retro here below, and anticipate a Nike SNKRS launch on September 24th.

Elsewhere under the NIKE, Inc. umbrella, check out the Nike Air Max BW‘s 30th anniversary retro run.

Where to Buy

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Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Pro "Prototype"
Release Date: Sep 24th, 2021 (Friday)
Color: White/Multi-Color/Multi-Color/Total Orange
Mens: $170 Style Code: DC6515-100

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