Take a Closer Look at the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Hyper Royal”

A worn and weathered look.

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After teasing initial images back in November, a full look at the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Hyper Royal” has just been released.

Differing from the bright and contrasting colors seen in previous releases of the Retro High OG, this new colorway features a light, smoky-gray around the ankle and Swoosh while its key color arrives in the form of a washed-out blue that’s been faded to give off a worn look. Other parts of the shoes, like the toe cap, tongue, midsole, and outsole, have been left white along with the shoe’s signature “Wings” logo.

Priced at $170 USD, the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Hyper Royal” is expected to drop in Spring/Summer 2021.

 

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