The classic black and white colorway is timeless, as clean as can be. The simplicity of the contrasting hues makes it too easy for designers to succeed. No matter how often the colorway is used or how often it restocks, it will always stay in style. Ok, that last part might not be totally accurate, but you get the point.
Just a few months ago, Nike reintroduced the Air Jordan 1 High ‘85 OG in the vintage “Black White” colorway and was welcomed with open arms. Nike now has plans to flip the script and drop the “Reverse Panda” colorway, according to SoleRetriever. Based on the information available, the reversed look will feature an inverted Chicago-style color blocking. White tip, eye stays, heel, collar, and outsole with black medials, toebox, yoke, and midsole. No information about the materials used is known at this time.
The Air Jordan Retro High “Reverse Panda” is said to release as part of the Spring 2024 line in full family sizing. Adult pairs should retail for $180 and will be available on the SNKRS App and at other select retailers nationwide. Check back for updates, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram for all the latest on sneakers, streetwear, and collectibles.
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