The Off-White x Air Jordan 1 ‘Canary Yellow’ was first seen at Virgil Abloh’s ‘Figures of Speech’ exhibition, which took place at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art, also known as MCA.
Initially, the pair was rumored to release in 2020, but we were able to confirm that would not be the case. Now, new rumors are circulating that the pair could debut sometime in 2021.
This Air Jordan 1 by Off-White comes highlighted in White and Yellow while utilizing the same deconstructed build, stitched Swoosh logo, and exposed foam. They also come with a Black zip-tie that reads ‘Off-White C/O Nike C. 2020 ZIP TIE’. This is the reason many believe a release will take place next year.
Mesh is then applied to the upper, while both leather and suede materials are used throughout. Following, we have ‘Nike Air’ branding on the tongue labels, ‘Shoelaces’ across the laces, and ‘AIR’ on the midsole. Finishing the look, we have an Orange label and Blue stitching on the Swoosh.
Off-White Air Jordan 1 Canary Yellow Release Details
The Off-White x Air Jordan 1 ‘Canary Yellow’ is rumored to release during 2021. If so, the retail price will be $190. Once additional information is available, we will make sure to update. For now, you can check out more images below, which will give you a closer look.
Off-White x Air Jordan 1 Canary Yellow
Color: White/Canary Yellow
Release Date: 2021
Update (1/12): A new year which means that the rumors are circulating again. However, there is a reason this time around. First rumored to launch in 2019 and in 2020, the Off-White x Air Jordan 1 ‘Canary Yellow’ is rumored to debut in 2021. Recently, images were spotted on Virgil’s website public—domain.com, which showed pixelated unreleased pairs with “ACTUALLY PENDING.” Although not officially stated, you can tell that some of the models include the ‘Canary Yellow’ Air Jordan 1, Serena Williams’ Off-White x Nike Court Flare 2 PEs, the Yellow Off-White x Nike Air Force 1, and the Off-White x Futura x Nike Dunk Lows. Although a release is not confirmed, it’s possible that the collection will be exclusively available at Virgil’s ICA Boston exhibit. As soon as we have more information, we will make sure to update you.
Update 12/31: According to our sources, the Off-White x Air Jordan 1 ‘Canary Yellow’ won’t release during 2020. Currently, Nike has yet to be in order with their factory. However, it’s possible that things could change at any time, so if they do, we will update. The images shown are a look-see sample.