Arguably the biggest Air Jordan 1 High release in the past few years just got even bigger! We all know the pair every Jordan fans have been waiting for this year, with the latest launch news surprising everyone. First rumoured to be an extremely limited launch, the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Lost and Found” will actually be plentiful. Exactly what we’ve all been hoping for!
Although nothing has been officially confirmed by the Jordan Brand when it comes to the stock allocation, we’re hearing the big old half a million being thrown around.
In the meantime, we already have some official images! Let’s check out these awesome detailed photos of this iconic shoe, including special packaging and additional accessories.
Basically a vintage Air Jordan 1 High “Chicago”, the Lost and Found nickname originated from OG pairs sitting pristine in closets. The old-school pre-distressed look mimics the naturally-aged aesthetic of Air Jordan 1s.
Sail White cracked leather upper comprises the vamp and quarter panels, while Red overlays come in Smooth leather. The Black areas on the heel also utilise cracked leather to achieve the aging effect of the shoe.
Yellowing tongues and midsoles add to the vintage aesthetic of the shoe.
Rumours say that there will be over 500k pairs of the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Lost and Found”. Which is pretty exciting as this is said to be the widest J1 release ever. Previous limited releases usually revolve around 300k worldwide.
Extra laces come in Red and Black to give you more styling options.
Other details include a special box and an invoice receipt from 1985 to add to the nostalgia.
Dropping in November 2022, be on the lookout for more news about this release. Set to be the biggest drop of the year considering the last Chicago drop was back in 2015!
Photo credit: @tentoesmemphis
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