The original “Rust Pink” Air Jordan 1 colorway released in extremely limited numbers back in 2017. Since then, Jordan Brand has occasionally revisited the palette. This week, rumors of an Air Jordan 1 Low OG with the color scheme have surfaced, expected to release sometime in 2025.

The Air Jordan 1 Low OG has become the brand’s premium version of the AJ1 Low model. While hundreds of colors of the Jumpman-adorned style have released over the past few years, the OG version sports the shoe’s original nylon tongue, as well as Nike Air branding. This week, rumors of a new pair releasing in 2025 have surfaced, with the shoe taking on the “Rust Pink” color scheme that originated in 2017 with a special-edition Art Basel release. While a Golf version of this shoe and color launched in 2023, next year will bring us the true AJ1 Low OG version of the sneaker. While images are currently speculative mock-ups, we are hoping to see the shoe’s white and black leather joined by the dusty pink shade in suede around the heels.


Jordan Brand’s release of the Air Jordan 1 Low OG in the fan-favorite “Rust Pink” color scheme does not have a release date yet, but is expected to launch sometime in 2025. The muted pink shade is joined by white and black leather panels, and will likely be available from both Nike’s SNKRS app and select retailers for $140. Check out the mock-up images for a better look at what to expect, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Jordan release news, like Nina Chanel Abney’s AJ3 dropping this month.

Air Jordan 1 Low OG
Color: White/Black/Rust Pink
Release Date: 2025
Price: $140