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A Closer Look at the Air Jordan 1 High OG ‘Rebellionaire’

The Air Jordan 1 ‘Rebellionaire’ will take a familiar yet classic colorway and give them a Banned makeover. The release is on the calendar for 2022 and will bring back the ‘X’ on the heel.

The ‘Rebellionaire’ Air Jordan 1 High OG is a tribute to the original ‘Banned’ Air Jordan commercial. In the commercial, the narrator is heard saying, ’Fortunately, the NBA can’t stop you from wearing them’ (referencing the Air Jordan 1 ‘Bred,’ although the true model banned was the Air Ship, but that’s another story).

Air Jordan 1 Banned Commercial

Furthermore, the name ‘Rebellionaire’ is Jordan Brand’s way of stating Michael Jordan was a rebel. Each game, MJ wore the pair, and the NBA fined him $5,000. Using this as a marketing strategy, Nike offered to pay the fines if Jordan continued to wear the shoes. He did, and Nike would push market the shoes as being banned.

Instead of using a traditional Black and Red colorway, this Air Jordan 1 comes dressed in a Black, White, and Particle Grey color combination. The color blocking resembles that classic ‘Shadow’ Air Jordan 1. However, the shade of Grey used is lighter. The pair will also have a distressed leather upper and possibly 3M reflective (this is not confirmed). Throughout, you will see text that reads ’They can’t stop you from wearing them,’ referencing the commercial, and on the heel is a Red ‘X.’ Lastly, a White midsole and a Grey rubber outsole finish the look.

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire Release Details

You can expect the Air Jordan 1 High OG ‘Rebellionaire’ to release at select retailers, including Nike.com, on March 12th, 2022. The retail price is $170. Also, the pair is a Quickstrike, which means that they could fall on the limited side. As soon as we have more information, we will make sure to update you.

Air Jordan 1 High OG Rebellionaire
Color: Black/White-Particle Grey
Release Date: March 12, 2022
Style Code: 555088-036
Price: $170

Update (11/28): New photos have arrived of the ‘Rebellionaire’ Air Jordan 1 High OG that’s scheduled to release on March 12th.

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 2022 Release Info

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 2022 Release Info

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 2022 Release Info

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 2022 Release Info

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 2022 Release Info

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 2022 Release Info

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 2022 Release Info

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 2022 Release Info

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 2022 Release Info

Check out on-feet photos of the Air Jordan 1 High OG ‘Rebellionaire’ via yankeekicks.

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire On-Feet

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 On-Feet

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 On-Feet

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 On-Feet

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 On-Feet

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 On-Feet

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 On-Feet

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 On-Feet

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 On-Feet

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire 555088-036 On-Feet

Update (11/4): Check out this detailed look at the ‘Rebellionaire’ Air Jordan 1 that will launch on March 12th. Images via ryivibes.

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire Banned 555088-036 2022 Release Date

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire Banned 555088-036 2022 Release Date

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire Banned 555088-036 2022 Release Date

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire Banned 555088-036 2022 Release Date

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire Banned 555088-036 2022 Release Date

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire Banned 555088-036 2022 Release Date

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire Banned 555088-036 2022 Release Date

The image used is an accurate mock-up via zsneakerheadz.

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire Banned Release Date Info

Air Jordan 1 Rebellionaire Banned Release Date Info

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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