Stockholm-based Sneakersnstuff isn’t holding back for its 20th anniversary. After releasing its collaborative Nike Air Max Tailwind IV, its footwear capsule with adidas Consortium, as well as expansion into Japan, the sneaker retailer’s founders Erik Fagerlind and Peter Jansson have now revealed a forthcoming pair of Nike’s Air Jordan 1.
The co-founders recently teased followers with a look at a neutral-colored Air Jordan 1 silhouette. While its yet to be confirmed whether the shoe is a Mid or High iteration, the sneaker seems reminiscent of the grail-worthy “Neutral Grey” AJ1 colorway from 1985. Following in line with the two brands’ qualitative approach to collabs, the shoe sees high-quality tumbled white leather sitting alongside grey suede accents on the toe box and Swoosh, with red peeking out near the collar region.
You can take a look at the various teasers via the embeds below. No release date has been revealed, but considering the collaboration is in line with the brand’s 20th anniversary, expect them to drop before the end of the decade.
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