Take a First Look at the Air Jordan 1 High OG "Game Royal"

Reminiscent of Hiroshi Fujiwara’s fragment design x Air Jordan 1.

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As we move towards 2020, we are now learning about some of the upcoming Air Jordan 1 releases set for next year.

Leading the range is the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Game Royal,” which is reminiscent of Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s fragment design x Air Jordan 1. Constructed of premium leather, the shoe features a black and white base accented by “Royal Blue” at the toe and ankle collar. Branding elements come in the form of black midfoot Swooshes, white Jordan Brand Wings at the ankle and contrast “Nike Air” tongue tags. Elevating the shoe is a white midsole paired with a “Royal Blue” rubber outsole.

Rumored to be priced at $170 USD, the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Game Royal” is set to release May 9, 2020 on Jordan Brand’s webstore and select retailers.

For more footwear news, the Off-White™ x Air Jordan 1 “Canary Yellow” is rumored to release next year.

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