Jordan 1 RetroJapan Navy (2001)

Jordan 1 Retro Japan Navy (2001)
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White/Metallic Silver-Midnight Navy

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The Air Jordan 1 Retro in white, metallic silver and midnight navy received two releases in 2001. The version we are all used to is the "Retro+" pair that dropped alongside the "Bred's" in August of that year. They were the first AJ Retro+, which was a new take on the classic Air Jordan line, switching things up a bit from the original. This version here, however was more limited, and actually more true to the OG. They were the third Japan exclusive "2001 Addition" to drop. Limited to 3,000 pairs, each individually numbered on the inside tongue tag, this pair sports a white tumbled leather and navy blue suede upper. Metallic silver covers the "Swoosh" on the sides as well as the "Wings" logo on the ankle. Their release date was September 8th, 2001, just a few short weeks after their doppelgangers GR debut. Like all other Air Jordan 1 Retro "2001 Additions," this pair come in the classic Jordan "Face" box along with a silver "Jumpman" keychain and retro card. While sizes up to 15 were made, the bigger the size, the harder they were to obtain. This was due to the fact that the majority of pairs made were in smaller sizes. If you have a pair stashed away and forgot about them, hit up our marketplace to see how much they are currently going for and possibly sell them. Those of you interested in adding these sick AJ 1's to their collection can do so now, with pairs available to buy online.

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