Friday, December 20, 2019

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Game Royal”

With this past year’s take on the “Game Royal” bearing fragment customs in droves, it seems the Jordan Brand has learned a small lesson and have since diverged far away from the Hiroshi Fujiwara tooling everyone so longingly covets. And though rumors have once surfaced of another, though to even the designer’s refusal, at least we’re to arrive on a diverse batch of Air Jordan 1 Highs during the early months of 2020, this updated take on the aforementioned GR included. 
Though its use of heritage schemes is nothing new, its color blocking is certainly much less common as it splits the newfound with the classic, painting much of the overlays in black in a monochrome execution similar to that of the 1985-originated black/white colorway. Elsewhere, the titular hue seats atop only three spots, coloring the toe, ankle padding, and tread. Check out a detailed look at these below.