The Jordan 1 Rare Air Is Apparently Arriving In An Exquisite “Bronze” Rendition

Out of all the Air Jordan releases 2015, the “Rare Air” renditions of Michael Jordan’s very first signature sneaker model are one of the most underestimated concepts that Jordan Brand has introduced in recent times. Jordan Brand not only released the Rare Air iteration in commemoration of their 30th Anniversary, but also as a tribute to the early samples to the Air Jordan 1. The Air Jordan 1 Rare Air “Cool Grey” edition has made a very limited retail debut, hopefully this upcoming “Bronze” colorway will hit a myriad of retail shelves on one of the impending Jordan release dates 2015.

Air-Jordan-1-Black-Bronze-3It is likely that sneakerheads in the United States are least concerned about the arrival of the Air Jordan 1 Rare Air “Cool Grey” at retailers all over Asia. Regardless, it does indicate that the “Cool Grey” colorway will more than likely be making its way to retail shelves in America as well. One look at the “Varsity Red” and the “Cool Grey” colorways of the Air Jordan Rare Air is one of the most unmistakable challengers of the traditional installments in the Air Jordan series. However, Jordan Brand has made this even more apparent with the addition of this new “Black/Bronze” iteration.

Air-Jordan-1-Black-Bronze-4The leather upper of this sneaker is predominantly dressed up in black, while the ankle collar, Nike Swoosh and sole are adorned in bronze, which is the complementary hue on this sneaker. Of course, since it is a Rare Air rendition, the ankle collar has “Air Jordan” embossed onto it instead of the signature Jordan Wings logo that the Air Jordan 1 usually sports. Moreover, these kicks will also be accompanied by removable tongue patches that can be conveniently replaced. Last but not least, this sneaker also contains the special 30th Anniversary insoles as well.

Air-Jordan-1-Black-Bronze-5It is true that there is no hint of the Air Jordan 1 Rare Air “Cool Grey” hitting the shelves in the United States. Similarly, it has also not been confirmed when the Air Jordan 1 Rare Air “Bronze” will be arriving, but rumor has it that it will be making its retail debut on one of the Jordan release dates 2015.

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