Air Jordan 1 Storm Blue is an original colorway of the Air Jordan 1 that will be making a return in December for the holidays.Not only have we received new inspirations found in the archives of Michael Jordan’s illustrious career like the Air Jordan 1 Reverse Shattered Backboard, but such classics as the Air Jordan 1 Banned and Air Jordan 1 Black Toe have or will be released in the near future. Nike Air covers the shoe’s tongue and insoles, with a White Wings logo on the ankles.A clear outsole includes the phrase “au revoiur,” finishing off a fitting farewell for the groundbreaking retailer.If you still need to check a name or two off your list then Jordan Brand is giving you the opportunity to do so with a new retro release. An original lifestyle colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG, the Storm Blue colorway has only been previewed in grade school sizes thus far, but now shops in Europe are reporting a November 1st release date. Solebox is notorious for dropping Jordan retros earlier than expected, but what this means for a stateside release still remains unclear.This OG colorway of the Air Jordan 1 will join the long list of retros that will probably sit on shelves for a few weeks if not months.
The Air Jordan 1 “Storm Blue” was originally pinned down for a December 23rd release date with the original royal blue shade contrasting a crisp white base for a look perfect for Kentucky Wildcat fans out there. Jordan Brand has been bringing back the Air Jordan 1 in a plethora of awesome colorways.Dressed in a simple White and Storm Blue color scheme. This Air Jordan 1 is also nicknamed, “Kentucky,” that features a mix of White and Blue throughout its leather build.The store’s official Instagram revealed a look at an Air Jordan 1 High that pays homage to Colette’s legacy. With an overall look reminiscent of the “Storm Blue” Jordan 1, this Colette version includes the store’s signature two-dot logo and references to its 1997 opening and 2017 closure.At this point it’s too late to pick up the Jordan 11 Suede, but in addition to the Midnight Navy 16s that dropped yesterday, you can also pick up the Air Jordan 1 Storm Blue now. Now another original colorway straight from 1985 is coming back with the return of the Air Jordan 1 Storm Blue, and it might hit retail shelves sooner than expected.