The Air Jordan 1 "Chicago Winter" Drowns in 15,000 Swarovski Crystals

We see you shining, Daniel Jacob.

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Initially seen in 2016, artist Daniel Jacob‘s reimagined Air Jordan 1 “Chicago” resurfaces online. Currently dubbed “Chicago Winter,” this version of Michael Jordan‘s first signature sneaker is dipped in over 15,000 Swarovski crystals and appears to be totally wearable. Jordan Brand‘s own Frank Cooker also shared the flashy pair via Instagram, leading us to speculate a possible release, which isn’t exactly out of the question, as Nike dropped a Swarovki-encrusted AM97 for women last September.

Take a look at the Air Jordan 1 “Chicago Winter” above and below, then let us know if you’d rock a pair. You can also check out the trailer for the upcoming documentary Unbanned: The Legend of AJ1.

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