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First Look At The Air Jordan 1 Low OG “What The SoleFly” Sample

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Over the last decade, Miami’s SoleFly boutique has been at the center of some of the most-celebrated Air Jordan retro collaborations. The South Beach staple likely has brand new projects in the works, but it’s taking a trip down memory lane for its latest joint-effort: the “What The SoleFly” Air Jordan 1 Low OG.

While touted as a “sample” by founder and owner Carlos Prieto on Instagram, the newly-surfaced pair could very well launch — if not to the public, as a “Friends and Family” exclusive. The latest return-to-original form of the shortest Jordan 1 features one of the model’s wildest arrangements, which draw bits from every SoleFly x Jordan Brand collaboration to date. The shop’s name replaced traditional “NIKE AIR” branding on the right shoe’s tongue label, while colors from the lottery inspired Jordan 3, Florida Marlins-friendly Jordan 23 and other pairs divvy up sections between both shoes.

Enjoy a first-look at the pair ahead, courtesy of SoleFly’s Founder and Owner Carlos Prieto (@chinojp3 on Instagram). No Nike SNKRS launch details have been disclosed, although that may change as the end of the year approaches.

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