All the classic 1985 good looks are here — the white leather upper framed by red overlays; the black accents; the retro “NIKE AIR” branding on the tongue — they’re simply executed in a lighter, leaner lowtop silhouette.
There’s no Air Jordan 1 Low Chicago release date on the books just yet, so stay tuned to Nikeblog for updates. For now, take a look at the shoe below, courtesy of Dez Bryant’s recent haul. Why yes, that is the black Air Jordan 10 OVO pictured as well. . . .
Photos via Dez.