It has been said a lot, but the Air Jordan 1 High OG truly is an icon. Overall, some consider this to be the greatest sneaker ever created. It is easy to see how this shoe has achieved that status. Although it is almost 40 years old, it still looks fantastic. It is one of those models that just never gets old, and Jumpman is more than okay with that. Although they could easily vault this shoe, they have decided to keep it going. Fans are always willing to spend money on these kicks, and that may never change.
Throughout 2023, there have been plenty of great Air Jordan 1 releases, and there are more on the way. Subsequently, Jumpman is looking to keep that success going beyond this year. After all, next year will be the 40th anniversary of the Jordan 1. This means that fans should expect a whole lot of great models to come out. Consequently, there are now a few leaks making their way to the internet. Thankfully, sneakerfiles.com and @zsneakerheadz are around to report on them.
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"Metallic Gold" Air Jordan 1
One of the Air Jordan 1 models they have shown off is the "Metallic Gold" model seen above. This Photoshop rendering reveals a women's exclusive sneaker that is going to excite a lot of people. Firstly, the vast majority of the upper is covered in white leather. Secondly, the outsole, Nike swoosh, and the cuff are all made of metallic gold. This comes together perfectly to create a shoe that is both clean and flashy. If you are a fan of gold, then these are for you.
The Spring of 2024 seems like the most likely release timeline for this sneaker. However, that has yet to be confirmed by Jordan Brand. In the coming months, we will certainly be getting some more details, as well as some nice in-hand images. Let us know what you think of this sneaker, in the comments section below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for the latest news and updates from around the sneaker world. We will be sure to bring you the biggest releases from the biggest brands.
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