Nike Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Pine Green” sneakers: Release info

Posted: 27 February 2020 9:08 am

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Pine Green

The latest two-tone Air Jordan 1 is slated to drop later this week and you're going to want to grab a pair before they're gone.

If your sneaker collection is in need of a revamp, this week's Nike drop will have you sorted. The iconic Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG silhouette is releasing this Saturday in a Black/Pine Green colourway that's guaranteed to keep any sneakerhead happy.

Release date: 29 February

Price: $230

Where to buy: Nike SNKRS site, Culture Kings

The colour-blocked design sees a premium tumbled leather black upper paired with pine green accents on the toe box, heel collar, outsole and Swoosh. Solid black laces and a pair of black Air Jordan wings clipped to the heel keep the colour theme going, while a white midsole adds some contrast to the design.

A leather tongue tab debossed with red "Nike Air" branding and an extra set of red laces meanwhile finishes things off.

Retailing for $230, the "Pine Green" kicks will be available from the Australian Nike SNKRS site from 10pm on 29 February. While a time zone isn't stated, it's likely to be Australian Eastern Standard, so keep that in mind if you're looking to nab yourself a pair.

You'll also be able to grab them both in-store and online this Saturday at Culture Kings.

Top view of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Pine Green sneakers

Back view of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Pine Green sneakers

In other news from the Swoosh, a brand new COMME des GARÇONS x black Nike Waffle Racer 2 model is set to drop today in London. While there's no Australian release information at this stage, we expect to see them in store at Nike in the coming months.

You can also now pick up the highly-anticipated Air Jordan 1 Low "Paris" sneakers from StockX, though be prepared to pay a hefty price. Having already sold out elsewhere, StockX is currently listing the pair for a whopping $422. The price is likely to keep climbing too, so you may want to get in quick.

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

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