Air Jordan 1 High Bred Banned 555088-062 Release Date

For 2019, it’s rumored that the Air Jordan 1 High ‘Bred’ will return once again, this time during the month of November. The latest release will feature some changes making it the closest we have seen to the original release.

The last time we saw this pair release was in 2016 and was being called the ‘Banned’ Air Jordan 1, although the original nickname has been Bred or Black and Red. The changes between the two will be the 2019 release will resemble the original 1985 pair. In true OG form, it will come with a higher cut.

This Air Jordan 1 will feature a Black, White and Varsity Red color combination. Using leather throughout while Black and Red will be placed on the upper. White will then fill in the midsole and a Red rubber outsole completes the look.

Air Jordan 1 Bred 2019 Release Details

You can expect the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG ‘Bred’ to release in full family sizing on Black Friday, November 29th. Releasing at select Jordan Brand retailers and online at Retail price is set at $160. While images have yet to leak, we will make sure to update once a first look is available.

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG
Color: Black/White-Varsity Red
Release Date: November 29, 2019
Style Number: 555088-062
Price: $160

Update: Our sources has told us that the ‘Bred’ Air Jordan 1 is not releasing on Black Friday, but another pair in Black, White and Gym Red will be available.

However there will be a ‘Bred’ Air Jordan 1 release taking place sometime this year. The difference will be the use of REACT Cushioning. This will be a Quick Strike and not launch on Black Friday.

Air Jordan 1 High Bred Banned 555088-062 Release Date

Source: Coley2xs

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  1. To me this entire process by Jordan brand is so foul it makes me sick!! How can you market shoes to everyone in 2016 which are know to be (remastered) basically as close to the og as humanly possible, & then now drop a shoe that is in fact closer to the og? That’s straight false advertisement & so shitty. I mean when you got all these people thinking their spending all this money on a remastered version and now what it’s just a my bad? I can’t mess with Jordan brand anymore and act like all these bullshit made up stories are true to constantly get screwed & feel like a straight fool as clearly every pair I bought wasn’t remastered but a sells gimmick.. But I’m sure plenty of mindless sheep will gladly keep buying the same damn shoe in 1 million different color ways & a fake back story! And thanks for killing the shoe culture