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The Air Jordan 1 Low Sale is a timeless sneaker that has been created in numerous colorways, patterns, and materials. So, it only makes sense that Jordan Brand would provide us with a perfect fall/winter version of this legendary sneaker. The highly anticipated Air Jordan 1 Retro OG "Wheat" is crafted with a soft suede upper, features a Golden Harvest (or Wheat) colorway, mesh tongue construction, boot-like laces, embossed "Wings" logo, and a gum rubber outsole. It's the perfect sneaker to pair with all your autumn outfits.


What was the first sneaker legendary Air Jordan 1 Mid Sale designer Tinker Hatfield and Michael Jordan worked on? The Air Jordan III. Known for its stylish tumbled leather and unique elephant print, it's one of the most fashionable Air Jordan models ever released. Plus, to fulfill Jordan's request, they were also crafted to be comfortable "fresh out of the box." After meeting with Jordan, Tinker knew exactly what he wanted to create, but always debated one element. In early sketches Tinker included the Nike Swoosh, but as you know, the final design did not. Well, now it does. The Air Jordan III Retro Tinker NRG pays homage to the original unreleased design, complete with Nike Swoosh.

Originally released in 1988, the Air Jordan 1 High Sale was first Air Jordan model designed by Tinker Hatfield. Working closely with Jordan, they were designed to be durable and lightweight, featured iconic "elephant print," a visible Air Sole unit, and a never-before-seen "Jumpman" logo on the tongue. Due to their popularity, the Air Jordan III "Black / Cement" has been re-released several times and always sells out quickly. With soft tumbled leather and "NIKE Air" branding on the heel that stays true to the original, it's safe to say the 2018 version will also be a highly sought-after release.


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