Dior x Nike Air Jordan 1 High OG: Everything you need to know

Posted: 5 December 2019 8:31 am


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Take a closer look at the Dior x Nike Air Jordan 1, plus find out when and where you can get your hands on it.

UPDATE 23/06/2020:

According to Dior, the release will be available through a unique online experience.

On a microsite (to be shared at a later date), potential buyers will be able to register for a guaranteed opportunity to purchase one pair of the shoes. You'll need to input your preferred model, a pop-in store or pop-up pickup location and size. You can only select one boutique and register once for the desired style and size.

Additionally, the collaborative release will be exclusively available for purchase in selected Dior pop-ups and pop-in stores by registering on the digital microsite.

Dior will contact selected customers via SMS or email shortly after verification of eligibility. A unique QR code with the individual's name will be issued and matching government-issued ID will be required at the time of purchase. Each boutique will be allocated a limited amount of sneakers for sale under a first-come, first-served basis to customers that acquire the guaranteed opportunity.

UPDATE 20/03/2020:

Dior and Nike have decided to postpone the launch. This is due to global concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.

An official statement released by Dior said: "A new date for the Air Dior launch and for the pop-ups dedicated to this unique collaboration will be announced in function of how this situation evolves."

Watch this space for more details as they emerge.

Right now, sneakers are a hot commodity. If you own the hottest ones, they're basically considered an asset (well to sneaker-heads anyway). A Dior and Nike collaboration has been teased for some time and the exclusive sneaker silhouette has now been revealed. This is everything you need to know ahead of the release.

What is it: Air Dior Air Force 1 High OG

Release date: The shoes will roll out through a lottery-like draw system, which runs from March 23 to 24. The winner announcement will be made via email on March 26.

Where to buy: Nike and Dior will be the first obvious points of purchase. If all else fails, you can repurchase them on StockX, although you will probably pay a fortune.

Unfortunately, you may have some trouble getting your hands on it. Rumour has it, there's only going to be 8,500 pairs available during release.

This designer sneaker is made in Italy with Italian leather and hand-painted edges, so you're really getting your money's worth. We're obsessed with the Dior oblique jacquard swoosh, the transparent soles and of course, the iconic Air Dior wings. They sit on the ankle collar with the phrase "AIR DIOR". It arrives in a white and silver-toned leather, so you can really pair these sneakers with any outfit.

Dior Men's Artistic Director Kim Jones said in a press release: "I love mixing together different worlds, different ideas – Jordan Brand and Dior are both emblematic of absolute excellence in their fields. To bring them together in this special collaboration is to propose something exciting and truly new."



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