Take an Official Look at the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG "Pine Green"

Releasing on February 29.

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Nike has unveiled the official images and release info for the highly-anticipated Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Pine Green.”

Aptly taking note of 2018’s similarly-titled and toned model, the 2020 iteration opts for a sleek two-tone color profile that employs “Pine Green” and Black, with the shoe being wholly constructed from premium tumbled leather. Accenting the shoe’s black base are contrasting Swooshes, a vibrant toe box, ankle flaps, and heel panels in bold green, with the shoe’s midsole offered up in white. Jordan Brand branding arrives in the form of an all-black patent Wings badge at the collar, with the shoe’s normative Nike Air tongue tabs switched for supple leather debossed with “Nike Air” in red.

You can take a detailed look at the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Pine Green” above. The shoes are slated to drop via Nike SNKRS and select global retailers on February 29, with a retail price set at $170 USD.

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