Jordan Brand will be decking out the Air Jordan 1 in a very special design that’s expected to nod to the original 1985 “Chicago” colorway that features a reimagined design. 

The Chicago colorway has been brought back multiple times of different silhouettes, but to bring it back on the Air Jordan 1 is a big deal and it looks like we’re finally there thanks to this reimagined pair. While full details have yet to be revealed the rendition is expected to feature the special white leather design that’s accented by red and black overlays. The variation is expected to arrive with an aged look along with a toe box that mimics the original 1985 pair. Whatever the case, the red, white, and black makeover will be enjoyed rather well around the globe, no matter how Jordan Brand handles the new reimagined edition.


The special pair has yet to be revealed for a release but we expect a drop to go down later this year via select Air Jordan 1 retailers and this Holiday 2022 season. You can also expect a retail a little higher than the usual $170 price-tag but that has yet to be confirmed of course. Check out the 1985 pair below and make sure to follow JustFreshKicks for all the updates going forward.

Air Jordan 1 High OG “Chicago Reimagined”
Color: White/Varsity Red-Black
Style Code: DZ5485-612
Release Date: October 29, 2022
Retail Price: $180

UPDATE 6/11: Shortly after getting detailed photos, Sneakertigger has given us an on foot look at the Reimagined Air Jordan 1 Chicago that you can check out below.

UPDATE 6/9: We finally have detailed images of the 2022 Chicago Reimagined 1s. Check out the photos below thanks to Sneaketigger and stay tuned for more looks.

UPDATE 6/3: We finally have a first look at the 2022 Chicago Reimagined Jordan 1 High OG thanks to Wavegod. The pair comes with a redefined wings logo, improved toebox and cracked leather to complete the aged look. Pictured is a GS pair that is still in production but stay tuned for additional looks as they come in.

UPDATE 3/14: As we wait for official first looks of the 2022 model, check out photos of previous versions below thanks to airjordank and wneloy.


Source: ZsneakerHeads/ SneakerFiles

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