These Bad Boys drop on May 25, just in time for Memorial Day stuntin’. The added draw of this particular retro is that it is closer to the OG version thanks to the “Nike Air” logo featured on the tongue as opposed to the Jumpman logo. That also means a premium price of $140. The release date has a bit more significance, too, considering that this sneaker originally dropped way back in 1985.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Black Toe” will be available at all your favorite Jordan Brand retailers. Check out some extra details shots of the Michael Jordan’s first, and some say greatest, signature shoe in the gallery.
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