Air Jordan 1 "Black Toe" Receives a Subtle Makeover this Summer

How does this drop compare to previous “Chicago,” “Bred” and “Black Toe” releases?

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The Air Jordan 1 is adding a new family member to its popular “Bred,” Chicago” and “Black Toe” colorways. As an ode to Michael Jordan‘s days with the Chicago Bulls, his first signature sneaker will don a combination of black, red and white once more. The forthcoming release falls under the name “Gym Red” with majority of its leather overlays treated with smooth black leather. The aforementioned “Gym Red” is found on the underlay’s ankle area in addition to each side’s Swoosh insignia. Lastly, each lateral side’s wings logo is presented in white and black to top everything off.

The Air Jordan 1 retro High OG “Gym Red” is expected to arrive on June 29 for $160 USD at select Jordan Brand retailers and Nike.com.

AJ1 fans can also take a look at the model’s modern “Phantom” colorway as well.

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Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Black/White/Sail-Gym Red”

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