Arguably the most iconic and coveted of the entire Jordan sneaker line, the black/red Air Jordan 1 is set to make its return to Nike retailers next year. According to intellectual source BaltSneakerShow and a leaked image from a Korean sneaker site, the lauded “Bred” version of Michael Jordan’s first signature shoe will hit select stockists September of 2016. An attention will be paid to crafting this particular release in the originals image with Nike air branding, stepped up leather quality and the proper height of the vintage high top cut.
The beloved Air Jordan 1 has dropped in the black/red color way on a total of six occasions since 1991, each time possessing slightly variated details. The overall quality has ranged from average to exceptional with the 2011 “Banned” release being the latter. Rumors suggest the forthcoming remastering of the revered “Breds” will feature a construction and quality similar to the 2011 pair that exclusively saw Nike outlet stores.
A leaked product manifest pictured below seems to confirm the Fall 2016 release date. Stay posted for more details as they are sure to surface in the coming months.