When it comes to Jordan Brand’s innumerably long sneaker lineup, the OG “Chicago” colorway of the Air Jordan 1 High is regarded as one of the most iconic sneakers. It is likely that many 23isBack readers may have gotten a look at the returning classic pair on February 7th when it was unveiled alongside news of its comeback. However, more photos of the sneaker have also surfaced on the Internet, which reveal what this year’s iteration really looks like. Of course, Jordanheads will have to do a lot of waiting to get their hands on this pair since it will be arriving at retailers on one of the May Jordan release dates 2015.
There are probably many 23 is Back readers who instantly recognize the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Chicago,” considering how renowned the colorway happens to be. Jordan Brand has even revamped the coveted theme of this new jordans numerous times. Apparently, Jordan Brand is dropping this particular rendition of the Chicago Bulls-inspired Air Jordan 1 High in celebration of their 30th Anniversary. After all, it was one of the very Air Jordan colorways when Michael Jordan and Nike had just set forth on the path to make history in the footwear community.
The sneaker community has always been left in awe by all the iterations of the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Chicago” that has hit the shelves to date. The leather upper of this colorway is made of a smooth combination of Varsity Red and White topped with contrasting traces of black, namely on the inner lining, Jordan Wings logo, laces and the Nike Swoosh. Other characteristics include the perforated toe box, the Nike Air tag on the tongue and the white-and-red midsole and outsole combination that complements the upper.
If Jordan Brand is so enthusiastic about dropping this classic sneaker on one of the May Jordan release dates 2015, it should be obvious that it is still in demand and Jordanheads are still highly fond of it. Yet, May 30th, 2015 has somewhat been confirmed as the release date for the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Chicago,” so there are still two-and-a-half months to go before this iconic colorway makes its comeback.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Chicago”
May 30, 2015