Jordan Brand has hit its peak in terms of fans and talk of the brand. It’s impossible to go out without seeing Jordans on a handful of people. Now the only thing to do is join popular colorways into one silhouette. That looks to be exactly what they’re doing with this Air Jordan 1 “UNC to Chicago”-
The “Chicago” colorway is the most iconic colorway to dress any Jordan. The association of Michael Jordan to the Chicago Bull’s colorway has had fans bursting at the seams for quite some time. But as there have been multiple Jordan 1’s calling upon black, red, and white as of late, Jordan has switched it up with this edition as they join the two most coveted colorways all into one. The “UNC” colorway has dominated itself up the charts into being a fan favorite as it shed’s light onto Jordan’s college career at the University. Now the two join forces on the first ever Jordan to take us on a basketball journey from Michael Jordan’s college career at UNC to his professional career with the Chicago Bulls.
No images have surfaced as of yet as 2020 is still a bit away but the color scheme the silhouette will call upon is Dark Powder Blue, Gym Red, Black, and White. It will definitely be interesting how this edition will look but it is already guaranteed to be a huge hit among sneakerheads.
AIR JORDAN 1 “UNC TO CHICAGO” RELEASE INFORMATION
As of now, it is rumored that the Air Jordan 1 “UNC to Chicago” will drop February 2020 as a Women’s exclusive. When they do release they will be available at select retailers and Nike.com for a retail price of $160. As always follow JustFreshKicks for updates and other sneaker news.
UPDATE: We just got an on-foot look at the Air Jordan 1 “UNC to Chicago” now set to release February 14th, 2020 and they look like a classic already. With the combination of both colorways they are bound to be one of the major releases next year. Enjoy the on-foot look below and follow JustFreshKicks for updates and more sneaker news.
UPDATE 2: The Air Jordan 1 “UNC to Chicago” released today on Nike SNKRS and quickly sold out. If you missed out, tomorrow you’ll have another chance at select retailers.
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