Release Confirmed: Nike Air Jordan 1 High OG “Reverse Panda”
Same but different.
[Update 31 Oct 2023] More images of the Nike Air Jordan 1 High OG “Black/White” have just surfaced, courtesy of Sneaker Knockerz. Enjoy a more detailed and angular look of the pair at the gallery above.
[Update 17 Oct 2023] There are no official images yet of the Nike Air Jordan 1 High OG “Reverse Panda” but @masterchefian has provided some new in-hand looks. Check them out at the gallery above! The pair is expected to be released on 24 February next year with a price tag of US$180.
[Update 22 Jun 2023] The Nike Air Jordan 1 High OG “Black/White” is set to arrive on 24 February next year. Expect the pair to be made available in full family sizing via Nike SNKRS and select retailers. In the meantime, we will keep you informed on updates to come.
[Update 12 Jun 2023] Following initial leaks of the Nike Air Jordan 1 High OG “Reverse Panda”, @zsneakerheadz has now revealed a new mock-up of the pair, which suggests a more classic “Black/White” color blocking style as compared to former images. Take a look at the pair above as we await for more updates prior to its Spring 2024 release.
Walk on the streets and you are bound to spot a “Panda”. While the colorway has been widely associated with the Nike Dunk Lows, many other silhouettes have proceeded to take their shot with the Black and White scheme.
To switch things up (literally), the Jordan Brand is set to offer the classic Air Jordan 1 High OG in a “Reverse Panda” rendition.
No product images have surfaced yet, but according to mockups by @sneakerfiles, we can expect the aforementioned colorway to outfit the leather upper and mesh tongue construction. Design stays true to regular AJ1 Highs, including perforated toe box and Jordan Wing logos.
Said to release in Spring 2024, the Nike Air Jordan 1 High “Reverse Panda” will be made available in Mens, GS, PS, and TD sizing via Nike SNKRS and select retailers for $180. Until then, we will keep you informed on any updates.
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