The Air Jordan 1 OG ‘Royal’ will return in 2017. After rumors spread, we finally have confirmation that this Air Jordan 1 model will release again in remastered form.
Jordan Brand continues to bring out the out popular original color schemes of the Air Jordan 1. Some of the upcoming releasing include the ‘Banned’ Air Jordan 1 and the ‘Black Toe’ Air Jordan 1 and now we can add the Royal Blue to the list.
Air Jordan 1 High OG Royal 2017 Details
Through the years, we have seen the ‘Royal’ Air Jordan 1 OG release a handful of times. Originally release in 1985 which started the Jordan line. In 2001, the brand retrod this model but wasn’t like the OG release and came more as a mid, but still very popular. The last and final time we saw this colorway release (not including the low) was in 2013. Although some complained about the material used, they instantly sold-out due to limited availability.
The 2017 Air Jordan 1 High OG Royal Blue will be much like the originals while featuring a Black and Varsity Royal color scheme while receiving the remastered treatment. The shoes will retain the Nike Air branding that lands on the tongue, insole and sole while the Wings lands by the collar. Black is then placed on the panels, around the collar, tongue and laces. The overlays will pop due to the use of Varsity Royal which also hits the Swoosh, toe and outsole. Finishing the look while adding contrast is a White midsole.
Air Jordan 1 High OG Royal 2017 Release Date
The Royal Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG doesn’t have a specific release date available, however they are expected to debut on April 1st, 2017. Make sure to check back with us for updates and let us know your thoughts on this classic returning.
Air Jordan 1 High OG Royal
April 1, 2017
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Update: One of the more hyped releases from Jordan Brand this year, the Air Jordan 1 Royal 2017 Retro will launch during April. The latest look is provided by 2muchsol3.
Update: More images of the Air Jordan 1 Royal 2017 Retro has landed via s.sam.group.
Update: Check out how the ‘Royal’ Air Jordan 1 High OG looks on feet via swish.supply.
Air Jordan 1 OG Royal On Feet
Note: Images used is not the 2017 Air Jordan 1 OG Royal release.
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