With how 2020 began for the Air Jordan 1, we expect the year to just keep getting better and it looks like that’s exactly the case with this new “Satin Snake” iteration.

Lately we have seen the Satin theme get more and more popular with Jordan Brand. First it was the women’s shattered backboards then it was the varsity red womens’ AJ1 and then just recently we saw the men’s black satin Jordan 1 release. Now they look to go back to their roots with a women’s iteration that features the coveted Chicago-inspired color blocking.

Dressed in Gym Red, White and Black, white satin covers the side paneling and toe while a normal white tongue dresses the forefoot. Red satin then comes into play on the texturizing overlays, providing the beloved Chicago look. Black Snakeskin then is used to equip the Nike Swoosh overlay and ankle for a unique and trendy touch to the popular look.


The Air Jordan 1 “Satin Snake” is expected to release this Summer 2020, with an expected release date of August 6th. Expect to find them at select Jordan Brand retailers and Nike.com for $170. These will likely be a huge hit with many, so don’t sleep on your chance to buy.

Air Jordan 1 High OG WMNS “Satin Snake”
Color: Gym Red/White-Black
Style Code: CD0461-601
Release Date: August 6th, 2020
Retail Price: $170

UPDATE: Official images have loaded up on Nike SNKRS ahead of the August 6th release. The Air Jordan 1 High OG will retail for $170 in adult sizing but will also feature Little Kid’s sizing for $80 and Toddlers sizing for $60. As more retailers begin to load up their release pages, we will update you with release links when applicable, so stay tuned.

UPDATE: More images have surfaced of the upcoming Air Jordan 1 High OG “Satin Snake” that you can check out below. For more details as the release date is approaching quickly, keep it locked to JustFreshKicks for updates.

UPDATE: Following a few mockups, we now have our first look at the Air Jordan 1 Satin Snake which appears to be a follow up of the previous Satin Black Toe that released last year. Check it out below and stay tuned for more looks.

Second mockup with more of a “Bred” look

Images via zsneakerheadz & Houseofheat