Overall, the Air Jordan 1 High OG is a sneaker that will never go out of style. This shoe has been around for almost 40 years at this point. However, it never seems to get old. Mostly, this is because the silhouette is so perfect. It is a silhouette that lends itself well to a whole plethora of amazing color schemes. Consequently, Jumpman releases a lot of Jordan 1 models in any given year. They know they will perform well, and it doesn't seem like fans are particularly interested in this shoe ever fading into obscurity.
Throughout 2023, there have certainly been a whole host of amazing Air Jordan 1 offerings. Some of these have already made it to the market. However, there are plenty of others left to be released. As it turns out, Jumpman is already making its plans for next year. Unfortunately for the brand, some of these details have already begun to leak onto the internet. For instance, sneakerfiles.com and @zsneakerheadz have been working overtime on this information. So much so that we now have a look at the Air Jordan 1 "Reverse Panda."
"Reverse Panda" Air Jordan 1
Based on the name, you can probably guess where this shoe is going. Firstly, the toe box, side panels, and even the cuff are made of black leather. Secondly, the rest of the shoe's overlays are white. This creates a very nice look that definitely makes this stand out compared to the original "Panda" model. Sure, it is another black-and-white shoe, but it is definitely something that will excite fans who otherwise don't care about colorful offerings.
For now, it is looking like this shoe will be dropping during the Spring 2024 season for $180 USD. However, this information has not been officially backed up by Jordan Brand. That said, we will likely find out more on these kicks in the coming 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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