Flyknit is added on the classic Air Jordan 1 this year for the first time and it’s built with more lifestyle appeal. The traditional leather upper is simply replaced and it’s colored in the iconic Banned color scheme. Leather accents are still seen on the Nike Air branding on the tongue, wings logo and swooshes on its sides, while other details include size and production information in gold with a matching 1985 graphic that pays tribute to when the sneaker originally released.
Retailing for $200, look for this Air Jordan 1 High Flyknit at select Jordan Brand stores and online on September 9th. Click and bookmark our Air Jordan 1 High OG Flyknit Banned (Bred) hub page now for the latest images, information and full release details. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news and release dates.
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