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Air Jordan 1 Low OG Premium in ‘Triple Black’ and ‘Light Orewood Brown’

Air Jordan 1 Low OG Premium Summer 2017

For the warmer months, Jordan Brand is making sure everyone has the Air Jordan 1 laced up. As we continue to chronicle the upcoming releases, the next from the brand will be the Air Jordan 1 Low OG Premium which will debut in two color options.

The two low top Air Jordan 1 releases shown come in your choice of either a Triple Black theme while the second is dressed in Light Orewood Brown. As for the construction, the two come with a mixture of tumbled leather and suede. Finishing the two is the traditional Nike Air on the tongue while the Wings logo lands on the heel.

At the time of writing, a release date for the two Air Jordan 1 Low OG Premium releases for Summer 2017 has yet to be announced. We should be hearing a release date soon from Jordan Brand but if not, expect them to become available at Nike.com soon. Upon it’s release, retail price will be $130. As we wait, continue to scroll below to check out more images which will give you a better look.

Air Jordan 1 Low OG Premium
Black/Black-Black
Summer 2017
$130
919701-010

Air Jordan 1 Low Premium Triple Black

Air Jordan 1 Low Premium Triple Black

Air Jordan 1 Low Premium Triple Black

Air Jordan 1 Low Premium Triple Black

Air Jordan 1 Low Premium Triple Black

Air Jordan 1 Low OG Premium
Light Orewood Brown/Light Orewood Brown
Summer 2017
$130
919701-114
Air Jordan 1 Low Premium Light Orewood Brown

Air Jordan 1 Low Premium Light Orewood Brown

Air Jordan 1 Low Premium Light Orewood Brown

Air Jordan 1 Low Premium Light Orewood Brown

Air Jordan 1 Low Premium Light Orewood Brown

Air Jordan 1 Low Premium Light Orewood Brown

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Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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