Off white jordan 1.

Off white jordan 1.


Off white jordan 1

The Off-White x Nike Air Jordan 1 "Chicago" that hit shelves in 2017 was one of the most craze-inducing Jordans—and sneakers—of the year, causing instant sellouts and line-ups for raffles and generating resale prices upwards of $1,500. Since then, other Off-White Nikes have continued to roll out, including last week's Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 exclusive with MoMA in New York City. Now a new Air Jordan 1 with a Virgil Abloh twist has surfaced, along with a release date—February 27.

Based on the photo below, you should look out for the consistency of the font and the glossiness of the ‘AIR JORDAN’. The retail pair has a more consistent font size and has a cleaner print with a matte finish while the fakes have a glossy finishing. Another part to look out is the wings itself, where the retail pair is equally distributed and does not combine each other, while on the fakes, some of the wings are attached to each other (check 1, 2, 3 and 4 from photo 2). The perforations on the flap of the retail pair is nicely punctured while the fakes only have perforations that are half done (sort of). (Source: masses.com.my)


To be sure, simply have an overview look and see if the Nike Swoosh logo is too tightly attached to the sneakers or not. Depending on the case, check whether this blue/orange stitching occupies an area that’s too large/too little. (Source: legitcheck.app)

Virgil Abloh's AJ1 collabs are some of the most coveted in the game, and if the rumours are true, it looks like he'll be adding a fourth one to his arsenal with the Off-White x Air Jordan 1 Canary Yellow. A sneaker that we first caught a glimpse of last year during his "Figures of Speech" exhibition at the MCA Chicago, this shoe literally made every Swoosh fan's mouth drop to the ground, and we're not at all surprised. (Source: thesolesupplier.co.uk)

Every once in a while, someone comes along who completely changes the culture. In the 1980s, Nike was well-known for its running shoes, but they were struggling. Nike wanted to become recognized for outfitting the world’s biggest athletes. Then came basketball legend Michael Jordan. By working with Michael Jordan and developing the Jordan brand, Nike secured their place in sports and sneaker history; the Air Jordan 1 sneaker reportedly sold $70 million dollars worth of shoes one month after its release. In the ’80s, Nike, Michael Jordan and the Air Jordan 1 became a global phenomenon. And in the ’10s, fittingly, Nike did it again — this time with Virgil Abloh and the Off-White x Nike The Ten collaboration. (Source: realstyle.therealreal.com)



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