When you can shop the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Black Satin sneakers

Posted: 13 January 2020 2:37 pm

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Black Satin sneakers

The first 2020 iteration of the popular silhouette is just about to land.

In the newest offering from the Swoosh, a pair of Air Jordan 1 Retro High OGs is set to arrive in a sleek new Black Satin colourway. The kicks will be the first drop of the silhouette for 2020, following on from a hugely successful line of releases last year.

Release date: 18 January (US)

Price: US$160

Where to buy: Nike

The new iteration sees an almost entirely black upper decked out in satin, which works to give a shimmering effect in certain lighting. "Gym Red" accents on the tongue tab and an embroidered Air Jordan logo on the collar add a pop of colour.

The most eye-catching part of the design though is the blood-red laces that serve to contrast the rest of the design. A black Nike Swoosh on the medial and lateral sides, a white midsole and a black outsole complete the style.

The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Black Satin releases on 18 January in the US, meaning that we should be seeing it pop up on the Australian Nike site shortly thereafter. The kicks are set to retail for US$160, which is pretty standard for an Air Jordan 1 model.

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We've also copped a first look at another pair of the sneakers which we can expect to see later in the year. Titled Game Royal, the pair is reminiscent of Hiroshi Fujiwara's fragment design, which appeared on the silhouette back in 2014.

The Game Royals arrive in a mixed black, white and royal blue upper complete with black laces and a white Air Jordan logo on the collar. The colourway is rumoured to be dropping in May on the Nike site.

For all the latest Nike news and release dates, you can head to our Nike hub.

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