The long-rumoured "Starfish" Air Jordan 1 Highs have arrived after Nike officially revealed the shoes via its SNKRS launch page.
However, we're focusing our attention solely on the upcoming "Starfish" release in this article. So, without further delay, here's everything we know about Jordan's latest take on one of the best basketball shoes of all time.
Air Jordan 1 High OG Starfish Release Date
While it wasn't officially confirmed, rumours surrounding the "Starfish" colourway suggested it would drop on 22 September 2022.
Nike has since confirmed this release date meaning the sneakers are out now if you're interested in picking up a pair. We'd recommend acting fast though as there's a chance they could sell out given their OG design.
What makes the design OG? Well, we've got everything you need to know right here...
Air Jordan 1 High OG Starfish Design
As mentioned, these "Starfish" Jordan 1s are not too dissimilar to the “Shattered Backboard” series as they feature a simple three-tone colour scheme consisting of orange, white, and black tones.
More specifically, the sneakers combine premium white leather with bright orange overlays across the mudguards, eyelets, and heels.
Jordan has then chosen to use black thread for the exposed stitching across the overlays to match the heel details and Wings insignias on the ankles.
Moreover, the laces and Swooshes see a return of the orange tone, along with the Nike Air branding on the off-white tongues, which give the shoes a more retro feel.
Keeping with the typical Jordan 1 design, the rubber outsoles are kept within the orange colour palette and are then combined with the usual white Nike Air midsoles.
Air Jordan 1 High OG Starfish Price
The "Starfish" 1s cost £164.95 in adult sizing; however, smaller and subsequently cheaper kids sizes are also available.
A Younger Kids' variation is available for £59.95 and Toddler sizes cost £47.95.
Where To Buy The Air Jordan 1 High OG Starfish
You can find the "Starfish" 1s listed at Nike SNKRS, with the shoes available to purchase right now.
You could also keep an eye on the resale market at StockX if your initial attempt at purchasing a pair is unsuccessful on release day.
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