Nike Air Jordan Sneakers,As most sneakerheads are probably aware, the 2016 version of Air Jordan 1 “Banned” or “Bred” recently arrived at retailers.The iteration makes the Air Force 1 look like a bold and completely different silhouette. The latest news within the sneaker community is that apparently the 2017 will also mark the return of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Metallic Red.”A Metallic Silver-colored Nike “Swoosh” is stitched onto each side and its tongues feature “Nike Air” branding. Considering that one colorway from the “Metallic Collection” has already returned this year, so this news should come as too much of a surprise. Overall, the OFF-WHITE x Air Jordan 1 is a sleek, nearly all-Black sneaker that has the words “AIR” printed in quotations over the midsoles and the word “SHOELACE” also printed in quotations over the laces. Once again, the iteration will likely be remastered, along with bearing the “Nike Air” logo on its tongues, with the absence of the “Jumpman” branding on the heels.For instance, features oversized Nike “Swoosh” logos along with contrasting Blue- and Orange-colored stitching.
Nike Air Jordan Shoes,air-jordan-1-retro-high-og-metallic-red-3It is indeed quite early to be thinking about next year’s Jordan releases,Virgil Abloh is known for being quite avant-garde with his designs, which really does show when looking at these latest photos of the Air Jordan 1 that were recently published. but there is no harm in keeping an eye out, especially since release details are already being rumored. For sneakerheads who feel confused by the printed words like “AIR” in quotations, OFF-White is currently following an “Everything In Quotes” motif. So, the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Metallic Red” may end up once again arriving at retailers in May 2017 and its retail price could be $160.Overall, this Air Jordan 1 is sporting a Chicago Bulls-inspired Red and White color scheme. However, this bold-looking iteration also seems to feature an almost deconstructed look, which grants it high-fashion aesthetics.