Air Jordan Retro 4 SE Deep Grey Fire Red colorways over the years, and Jordan Brand is always looking to expand their offerings. I mean, why wouldn't they? Thirty years after its original release, the Air Jordan 4 is still widely considered to be one of the best shoes in the Jordan Brand library and there are a ton of classic colorways that need to be retro'd. Meanwhile, the new colorways that have been released over the past few years have also proven to be quite worthy among the upper echelon.
Jordans 2019 Shoes have been waiting a very long for the Dior x Air Jordan 1 High OG collab to drop. Of course, there is also a Low version as part of the capsule and fans have been excited for both of these offerings. The release has been clouded in mystery, however, as they were originally supposed to drop in April. As you can imagine, the Coronavirus ultimately put a stop to those plans and now, Dior is offering fans with a special online experience, that opened up today.
Air Jordan 1 High OG Dark Mocha are consolation prizes. This is not to say they are bad. Oh, on the contrary.There have been plenty of times throughout Jordan Brand's history where they have released shoes that look a lot like passed collaborations that were limited. The only real difference is that the hype simply isn't as high for them. As we inch closer to the end of 2020, we are starting to get a closer look at Jordan Brand's Holiday 2020 range and it seems like one of those familiar colorways is set to drop. Below, you will notice how the Air Jordan 1 High OG "Dark Mocha" looks a lot like last year's Travis Scott collab.