This Saint Patrick’s Day-themed Air Jordan 1 may end up making its retail debut among the Jordan releases 2017

Over the years, March 17th of every year has become associated with Guinness beer, leprechaun’s costumes, misrepresentative stereotypes, parades and themed cocktails. For those who are wondering, it is the day on which the annual Irish celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day takes place. Saint Patrick’s Day annually kicks off throughout the world, with both old and young partygoers participating in them. On that day, sneakerheads also get to show off their Green- and Gold-colored sneakers inspired by shamrocks and leprechaun’s hidden pot of gold. It should not come as a surprise that Saint Patrick’s Day’s lineup of sneakers included several kicks dressed up in Green and White so people could display their Irish spirit. For instance, New Balance designed a classic, almost entirely kelly-Green-colored 574 Heritage Sport colorway. Nike dropped a Free RN that had upgraded engineered mesh uppers dressed up in Green and featuring an ombré effect. Even Native released an iteration of the slip-on Jefferson for children, which was dressed in a bold Candy-Apple hue. Noteworthy Gold-colored kicks included an all-Metallic Gold Salt Water sandal and a high-top, Mirror-Metallic Gold-colored Giuseppe Junior sneaker. There was one other Saint Patrick’s Day-themed sneaker that was spotted but never made it to retailers, and it was this premium-looking Air Jordan 1 rendition. The photo of the sneaker featured above was shared on Instagram by Frank Copper (@frankcooper), who is a Jordan Brand employee. This Air Jordan 1 iteration appears to have faux croc suede uppers that are completely dressed up in Green, including the midsoles. Metallic Gold is the only secondary hue that appears, covering the Nike “Swoosh” logos on the side and it also seems to be equipped with Gum Rubber soles. Of course, Saint Patrick’s Day has passed, and while sneakerheads may have gotten to drink plenty of alcohol and wear green, they never got to rock this sneaker. Perhaps it is just a sample, or maybe this Saint Patrick’s Day-themed Air Jordan 1 may end up making its retail debut among the Air Jordan releases 2017 that arrive later this year

Over the years, March 17th of every year has become associated with Guinness beer, leprechaun’s costumes, misrepresentative stereotypes, parades and themed cocktails. For those who are wondering, it is the day on which the annual Irish celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day takes place. Saint Patrick’s Day annually kicks off throughout the world, with both old and young partygoers participating in them. On that day, sneakerheads also get to show off their Green- and Gold-colored sneakers inspired by shamrocks and leprechaun’s hidden pot of gold.

It should not come as a surprise that Saint Patrick’s Day’s lineup of sneakers included several kicks dressed up in Green and White so people could display their Irish spirit. For instance, New Balance designed a classic, almost entirely kelly-Green-colored 574 Heritage Sport colorway. Nike dropped a Free RN that had upgraded engineered mesh uppers dressed up in Green and featuring an ombré effect. Even Native released an iteration of the slip-on Jefferson for children, which was dressed in a bold Candy-Apple hue. Noteworthy Gold-colored kicks included an all-Metallic Gold Salt Water sandal and a high-top, Mirror-Metallic Gold-colored Giuseppe Junior sneaker.

There was one other Saint Patrick’s Day-themed sneaker that was spotted but never made it to retailers, and it was this premium-looking Air Jordan 1 rendition. The photo of the sneaker featured above was shared on Instagram by Frank Copper (@frankcooper), who is a Jordan Brand employee. This Air Jordan 1 iteration appears to have faux croc suede uppers that are completely dressed up in Green, including the midsoles. Metallic Gold is the only secondary hue that appears, covering the Nike “Swoosh” logos on the side and it also seems to be equipped with Gum Rubber soles.

Of course, Saint Patrick’s Day has passed, and while sneakerheads may have gotten to drink plenty of alcohol and wear green, they never got to rock this sneaker. Perhaps it is just a sample, or maybe this Saint Patrick’s Day-themed Air Jordan 1 may end up making its retail debut among the Jordan releases 2017 that arrive later this year.

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