Last Fall, Nike introduced a limited edition "Noise Cancelling" collection consisting of all-white colorway of several popular silhouettes. Among them, the Air Force 1 Low, Nike Kobe 1 Protro and Air Jordan 1 High.

All of the kicks originally released exclusively through Nike's "House Of Innovation 000" flagship store in New York City, but the Air Jordan 1 High (retailing for $110) will be available again starting March 12 at select Jordan Brand stores and online.

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According to Nike, each shoe in their "Noise Cancelling" collection, including the upcoming Air Jordan 1 High, highlights a moment in sport that brought the city to awed silence. This particular Air Jordan 1 nods to BMX star Nigel Sylvester.

Per Nike:

"A 2013 image of Nigel Sylvester soaring over the 145th Street subway station established the Queens native’s status as one of the world’s most talented BMX riders."

Each of the "Noise Cancelling" sneakers are crafted with white-on-white, high quality, bonded synthetic leather along with removable Nike Swooshes to allow for more flexibility in customization. 

Check out additional images of the upcoming Air Jordan 1 High below.

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