Jordan Brand will be releasing a brand new Air Jordan 1 this Holiday season that appears to don a similar design to the coveted Top 3 colorway.
The demand behind the Jordan 1 is likely the nostalgic colorways that have adorned the silhouette.
Of course, they were the first-ever Jordan, and knowing the GOAT wore them on the court has a lot to do with it as well, the colorways released originally have always been in demand.
Jordan Brand has always found a way to incorporate the Varsity Red and Royal themes to the silhouette with multiple different colorways throughout the years and is one reason why the Top 3 colorway is loved by sneakerheads all around the world due to the combination of the “Chicago” and “Banned” theme all in one shoe.
The Top 3 Air Jordan 1 released in 2016 is one of the fan favorites from Jordan Brand’s impressive lineup of great themes. Now in 2020, it looks to come back with a fresh new design that arrives with a more subtle and classic look when compared to the OG. While no leaked images have surfaced the official colorway dons a “White/Royal/Varsity Red/Black” which sets up the shoe for white leather paneling on the toes, sides, and tongue which allows black overlays to flood the toes, Nike Swoosh, and forefoot. Varsity Red is then expected to paint the heel while Royal covers the ankles for a great new take on the Top 3 design.
TROPHY ROOM X AIR JORDAN 1 HIGH 2020 RELEASE INFORMATION
A release date has not been discussed just yet but a release is rumored to go down this Holiday season which will likely be the highlight of the sneaker industry to finish off Jordans year. Stay tuned for more updates
Trophy Room x Air Jordan 1 High OG
Color: White/Varsity Red-Sail-Black
Style Code: DA2728-100
Release Date: February 10, 2021
UPDATE 1/3: As we get closer to the release, check out new images of the upcoming Trophy Room Air Jordan 1 collab via upcycle.sneaks below.
UPDATE 12/2: More images are here via upcycle.sneaks with a rumored release date of February 10th, which was the day of Michael Jordan’s first NBA All-Star Game back in 1985.
UPDATE 11/27: Thanks to Zsneakerheadz, we have a detailed look at the Trophy Room x Air Jordan 1 which has revealed the pair of kicks will be limeted to 12,000 pairs. Stay tuned for more details.
UPDATE 11/2: Providing clarity on the situation, Marcus Jordan confirmed that there is not a Trophy Room x Air Jordan collaboration slated for 2020 so the expected November date has been officially cancelled. Stay tuned for more details on the situation.
UPDATE 10/28: Originally thought to be a Top 3 2.0 rendition, the Air Jordan 1 High releasing on Singles Day will be a collaboration with Trophy Room. Check out a first look below via leaked.sneaks and stay tuned for more.