Air Jordan 1 High ‘Bred Patent’ Lands Next Month
Jumpman’s iconic Air Jordan 1 silhouette is set to make a return later this year, brandishing what’s arguably the most lauded colourway in the game.
Drawing inspiration from the OG ‘Banned’ iteration from 1985, which saw Michael Jordan fined $5,000 (around £3,700 in today’s money) per game for wearing them, the banned BRED [Black/Red] colour option returns on the Jordan 1 High for the first time since 2016.
Covered heel-to-toe in patent leather, the upcoming pair is almost identical to the 1985 rendition.
Black patent leather covers the base of the shoe, while varsity red decorates the toe box, heel overlay, sidewall Swoosh, and outsole.
A contrasting black Jordan ‘Wings’ logo rounds out the design, taking its usual place on the ankle collar.
The Air Jordan 1 High ‘Bred Patent’ official release date is earmarked for December 30. Stay tuned for more information on this release, and sign up to our newsletter below to be first to know when it arrives at Kick Game.
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