Back in September, Jordan Brand payed homage to one of Michael Jordan's warmup suits that he wore during his early days with the Bulls by releasing a satin "Banned" Air Jordan 1.

Those kicks were extremely limited, to the tune of just 501 pairs, which leads us to believe if this newly unveiled "Satin Royal" Air Jordan 1 ever releases they'll be just as hard to acquire.

Posted by @Upscale_Vandal, the "Satin Royal" 1s made their debut at Agenda Show in Las Vegas, showcasing the familiar sleek upper as well as metal eyelets and golden lace tips.

Rumor has it the kicks were spotted on the feet of Jordan Brand's Senior Design Director Gemo Wong, so there's a strong chance these are only for those who are within the Jordan Brand family. Although, with the Royal 1s returning in April, we won't rule out the chance that they'll be releasing a handful of these satin pairs as well.

Take a closer look at an on-foot image of the "Satin Royal" Air Jordan 1s below and stay tuned for any release information.