Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Royal Blue” Release [Cop or Not?]

In 1984, the first ever Air Jordan was produced for Michael Jordan. Peter C. Moore was the designer, and he had no idea how big what he created was about to be.

Air Jordan 1 “Banned (Bred)”

The original red and black colorway was outlawed by NBA Commissioner David Stern, and they are now known as the infamous “Breds,” one of the most collectible sneakers in sneaker history. They made a comeback in late 2016, and shook the sneaker game up a bit! This re-release, however, rose questions in the sneaker world.


Rumors began to rise around December, but the sneaker world now has an official shoe and date. On April 1st, 2017, everyone better shake their piggy banks, because Nike is dropping some heat. The dynamic duo is together again, and Nike will be releasing the Air Jordan 1 “Royal Blue.”

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Royal Blue”

Release date: April 1st, 2017

Retail price: $160

The last time this sneaker was released… It was sold out before you could even think to add it to your cart! They are one of the more exclusive and legendary pairs of Air Jordan’s, and your collection could not be complete without them. You would think after 32 years, people would be tired of the retro High OG’s. The desire for them, however, has only increased. Since 2013 release, the price of these sneakers has rested at $900. A few lucky souls will be blessed with them, but it’s hard to tell how this will happen.

It hasn’t been announced where the shoes will be raffled or not, but cross your fingers sneakerheads! May the odds forever be in your favor!


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