A First Look at the Air Jordan 1 High OG "Patent Bred" Surfaces

A bold take on the classic.

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Following false rumors in 2017, we now have a first look at the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Patent Bred” set to release this year.

Serving as a bold take on the classic, the iconic “Bred” colorway Air Jordan 1 is reimagined with a full patent leather upper. Despite the new construction, details on the shoe remain the same with black nylon still used on the tongues. The debossed Wings motifs at the ankle especially stand out thanks to the accented black contrast. Elevating the shoe are white midsoles paired with red rubber outsoles.

Take a first look at the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Patent Bred” now rumored to release this October.

 

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