Here’s a shoe from the minds of Jordan Brand and New York City-based clothing brand Public School that sneaker purists and conventional wearers alike will enjoy.
Together, the two parties created a stylish, monochromatic take on the Air Jordan 1 silhouette. Public School founders Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne used the Big Apple as the inspiration for their design, which dons some dope minor details. For example, the “PSNY” acronym is split between the heels of the kicks. But this version is a limited run of 50 pairs, reserved for family and friends.
Fret not Jordan lovers, because a retail version is slated to arrive at a later date and are to be sold exclusively at the Flight 23 Jordan Brand retail store. The only difference will be the “NY23” branding that will be featured on the back end instead of “PSNY.”
Hit the jump to see detailed images of the Air Jordan 1 x Public School “PSNY.”
[via Sneaker News]
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