It’s very similar in appearance to the Air Jordan 1 Retro High, but the Air Jordan 1.5 boasts one major difference: an Air Jordan 2 sole unit. Until now, the shoes had never made it into production, serving only as an experiment during Jordan’s rookie year when designer’s attempted to fuse the Air Jordan 1 with different cushioning options. 30 years later, the shoes have been rediscovered and feature all the same attributes from Jordan’s original pair, including a Nike description on the collar’s “Wings” logo and a Nike Air tongue tag. The Air Jordan 1.5 drops on July 25 at select Jordan retailers.
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