Foot Locker Reveals the Air Jordan 1 "Bred Toe" Will Be a General Release

More like a “mega GR.”

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According to Foot Locker‘s launch locator, the upcoming Air Jordan 1 “Bred Toe” will be receiving a general release.

Originally thought to be a Nike SNKRS app only drop, the hybridized combination of the famed “Bred” and “Black Toe” Jordan 1 color schemes should be easy to acquire. According to Foot Locker, the “Bred Toe” is set to release at pretty much every major city in the U.S. at multiple locations.

Surely to be a popular shoe, the AJ1 “Bred Toe” features a grain leather upper accented by tonal laces and a court-ready rubber outsole, while red hits can be found on the toe box. Black then hits the ankle, tongue and tip of the toe. Swoosh and Jordan’s Wings branding adds a bold contrast flair to the design of the shoe.

Set to release February 23, the Air Jordan 1 “Bred Toe” will be available via Nike SNKRS app, Foot Locker locations and select Jordan Brand retailers.

For more Jordan Brand news, images of an unreleased Air Jordan 3 recently popped up during NBA All-Star Weekend.

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