DZ5485-612 Air Jordan 1 High OG “Chicago Reimagined” New Release


DZ5485-612 Air Jordan 1 High OG “Chicago Reimagined” New Release

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Air Max 270, We last saw the ‘Chicago’ Air Jordan 1 released in 2015. In 2022, we will see the pair return with an aged/vintage look. We were told by our sources that the pair will have a distressed upper, which will resemble what the ’85 release would look like today.No, it won’t’ be patent like the “Reimagined” Bred release, instead, the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Chicago” will receive an aged-look aesthetic for October 2022. Though not confirmed, it likely indicated that vintage hits could likely come in the form of distressed and worn-in leathers, and pre-yellowed soles to give the sneaker a decades-old feel.
This Air Jordan 1 High OG comes dressed in the signature “Chicago” White, Varsity Red, and Black color scheme.The reason for the word “Reimagined” in the shoe’s moniker is that the Jordan Brand has opted to tweak its materials in such a way that they appear with a worn-in aesthetic. If you take a gander at the collars, you’ll notice that they’ve been whipped up with solid cracked leather to achieve a vintage vibe. “Muslin” tongues and laces as well as the oxidized midsole pieces further pronounce its retro intention. Elsewhere on the base layer comes the signature Bulls-inspired hues. “Varsity Red” submerges the overlays while stark white covers the perforated toe boxes and quarters. More stealthy accents are infused into the Swooshes and ball-and-wings logos, and the tongues are branded with “Nike Air” embellishments.
This offering of the Air Jordan 1 Low Vivid Green Snakeskin features White panels with Black overlays, Swooshes, laces, and nylon tongues.Scale-like textures appear on the toe box, collar and heel, with mid-foot panels opting for a heritage-inspired smooth, “colorless” arrangement that allows for “Vivid Green” flair animating snakeskin textures to revel that much more in the spotlight. Profile swooshes keep things simple, while Jumpman logos on the top of the tongue opt for the Jordan 1 Low‘s titular hue, as does the Nike Dunk-reminiscent tread underfoot.

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