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Air Jordan 1 High Zoom “Racer Blue”: Release date

Posted: 6 March 2020 4:25 pm

 Air Jordan 1 High Zoom “Racer Blue”: Release date

The sleek new colourway is set to arrive in just one week's time.

If you didn't manage to nab yourself a pair of the insanely popular Air Jordan 1 Low "Paris" sneakers, we've got some good news. The Swoosh is just about to release a brand new colourway of its Air Jordan 1 High Zoom, and the design is strikingly similar to that of the Paris.

Release date: 14 March

Price: $240

Where to buy: Nike SNKRS site

While the High Zoom is a high-top silhouette, where the Paris came in a low, the new Racer Blue style is a similar mix of bright neutrals.

The kicks arrive in a white leather upper accompanied by grey patent leather overlays, giving the pair a muted aesthetic. The eye-catching Racer Blue hue that gives the kicks their name meanwhile features on the inner lining, while a mix of blue and red features on the outsole.

A unique, mesh ankle collar and crisp white laces work to complete the design.

The Air Jordan 1 High Zoom "Racer Blue" sneakers are set to drop onto the Australian Nike SNKRS site at 10pm on Saturday 14 March. While no time zone has been stated, we assume it will be AEST, so keep that in mind if you're looking to snap up a pair.

After the official release on the Nike site, we may also see them appear in usual stockists like JD Sports and Culture Kings.

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In other Nike news, the mega sportswear label has once again partnered with Stüssy to launch three new iterations of the Zoom Spiridon Caged 2 sneaker.

As part of the collaboration, two new styles of the Air Zoom Spiridon KK and four new colourways of the Benassi Slides will also be up for grabs come mid-year.

For more Nike updates, sneaker release dates and current discounts you can check out our Nike hub.

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