With the Nike Air Jordan 1 High turning 35 this year, Nike is bringing back the sneaker Michael Jordan wore before his first signature shoe: the Nike Air Ship. Contrary to popular belief, it was the Air Ship, not the Air Jordan 1, that was “banned” by the NBA for breaking league uniform code.

This pack includes special half-and-half packaging, as well as one pair each of the Air Ship and Nike Air Jordan 1.It was previously teased by friends of the brand, including Hiroshi Fujiwara and OG Air Jordan collector Dylan Ratner.

How to buy the Nike Air Jordan “New Beginnings” pack

Brand: Nike

Model: Air Ship and Air Jordan 1 “New Beginnings”

Key Features: The two shoes arrive in a box with a half-and-half design. The Air Jordan 1 arrives with the original hangtag from 1985. Both sneakers feature a red and white, color blocked design.

Release Date: Rumored to be February 12

Price: $350

Buy: TBC (likely US-exclusive)

Editor’s Notes: Following images on resell platform GOAT, official Nike product images of the “New Beginnings” have leaked online. The Swoosh has yet to add the pack to its release calendar, though all information points towards a February 12 release date and a $350 price tag. The Nike Air Ship is the sneaker Michael Jordan wore early in his rookie season, before the Nike Air Jordan 1 was released.

Where to buy the Nike Air Jordan “New Beginnings” pack

Rumors indicate that the pack will be exclusive to the United States. Stay tuned for updates regarding exact release details and a list of stockists.

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