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Soon an Air Jordan 1 High "Lucky Green" Will Drop

Soon an Air Jordan 1 High "Lucky Green" Will Drop

Update 14.10.2020

Tomorrow, October 15th, the Air Jordan 1 High "Lucky Green" will drop at Nike and selected retailers. There will also be some raffles online. So, be sure to check the release calendar and increase your chances of getting the next Air Jordan 1.

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Update 30.09.2020

Jordan Brand has presented the big Holiday 2020 collection, but has not yet announced any release dates. However, now that the official pictures of the Air Jordan 1 High WMNS "Lucky Green" have been uploaded, we could definitely think that the model will open the collection.

The sneakers are inspired by the legendary game against the Boston Celtics in 1986, when Michael Jordan scored an incredible 63 points. Among the other big highlights are the special insoles with parquet floor print — an ode to the old court of Boston.

In the USA, the "Lucky Green" drops on October 15th, but in the UK, the date has not yet been confirmed. We will stay on it and inform you in time.

Original article 25.08.2020

Pictures of a new Air Jordan 1 High have just surfaced. Fans can still expect a "Lucky Green" colourway this year after all. Let's take a look at the Air Jordan 1 High "Lucky Green".

We have never seen the "Lucky Green" colourway on the Air Jordan 1 High before. That is why we have all the more reason to look forward to this heavy news, which is currently making its rounds on the net. White, green, and red hits adorn different places and remind us more of the Heineken brand.

Even though the star is not visible, the massive colour blocking is almost identical. The namesake paints the overlays, and a white leather provides a clean base. Elsewhere, a red Wings logo nods towards the iconic star and matches the colour of the tongue tags.

Don't Miss the Release of Air Jordan 1 High "Lucky Green"

The Air Jordan 1 High "Lucky Green" is said to drop soon this year. An official release date has, unfortunately, not been announced yet.   

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