On-Foot Look at the Air Jordan 1 High OG "Vibrations of Naija"

Expected to release in May.

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Update: As we await an official reveal, on-foot shots of the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Vibrations of Naija” have surfaced. Check it out above and and stay tuned for more details as it’s currently expected to hit shelves May 27 at a price of $180 USD. For more information, dive into our previous coverage below.


Original Story: As Jordan Brand continues to expand its global presence, its themes have become increasingly diverse. Classic collections such as the Nike subsidiary’s annual Chinese New Year-themed capsule have been joined by newer themes such as 2022’s celebration of international retailers like Manilla-based TITAN on the Air Jordan 2 Low. Looking ahead to 2023, Jordan Brand looks to be tapping into Nigerian design with its upcoming Air Jordan 1 High OG “Vibrations of Naija.”

Arriving in a timeless color composition of white, off-white and black, this pair offers a versatile look with a thematic twist. Its upper favors a white leather presentation that puts a spotlight on the sneaker’s unique textile Swooshes and collar. These details likely lean into the colorway’s Nigerian inspiration, though specifics regarding its roots have not yet been shared. A yellow-heavy off-white appears at the collar’s Wings logo, the laces, lining and rubber outsole to complete the overview of this first look.

 

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Currently, the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Vibrations of Naija” is scheduled to release May 27 via Nike and select retailers at a price of $180 USD. Stay tuned for official images and information from Nike in the coming months.

Enjoy a preview at the colorway above and for more in the busy world of footwear, the Air Jordan 1 Elevate Low “Year of the Rabbit” is limited to just 5,000 numbered pairs.

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