What does Jordan Brand have planned for the Olympics in terms of special sneakers? Air Jordan 5s, the Air Jordan 31’s on-court debut, and this patriotic Jordan 1 are just some of the things readers can expect in the buildup to Rio 2016.
This pair is an Air Jordan 1 High, but it’s not an Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG–meaning that there’s none of that “Nike Air” branding on the tongue.
The colorway has deep royal blue on its upper, a metallic gold swoosh, and bright red on the insole and tongue.
This sneaker is without a firm Jordan release date for now, but should hit stores in the next month or so.
Originally posted: Air Jordan 1