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Air Jordan I (1) April Releases Now Available Early

Air Jordan I (1) April Releases Now Available Early

As previously introduced, Air Jordan has released its new releases for April early. Such releases include the Air Jordan I (1) Premier and Air Jordan I Premier Low Velcro in white/metallic platinum, Air Jordan I Polka Dot in black/white, Air Jordan I Phat Low Polka Dot in white/black, and the Air Jordan I High Strap in black/university blue/white. The Air Jordan I Premier features an all-white leather upper and gum sole, with a basket weave pattern on the side panel and toebox. The same features follow suit on the Air Jordan I Low Velcro, which features two velcro straps instead of laces. The Air Jordan I Retro Polka Dot features a white polka dot pattern on a black leather panel that is contrasted by a black nubuck panel. The Air Jordan I Phat Low Polka Dot is almost the same as the mid, except it has black polka dots on a white leather panel. Both shoes feature patent leather swooshes in black and white, respectively. Lastly, the Air Jordan I High Strap is made entirely of black and university blue canvas, except for the white midsole, university blue sole and black leather velcro panel. All these shoes range from $95-$110, some in limited releases.

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Air Jordan I (1) April Releases Now Available Early

Air Jordan I Low Velcro
Release Date: 04/01/09
Colorway: White/Metallic Silver-Platinum
Retail Price: $100.00

Air Jordan I (1) April Releases Now Available Early

Air Jordan I Retro (limited release)
Release Date: 04/01/2009
Style Number:136085-011
Colorway: Black/White
Retail Price: $100.00

Air Jordan I (1) April Releases Now Available Early

Air Jordan I (1) April Releases Now Available Early

Air Jordan I Retro High Strap (Limited Release)
Release Date: 04/01/2009
Style Number: 342132-041
Colorway: Black/University Blue-White
Retail Price: $110.00

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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