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Preview of the new Air Jordan 1 High OG Patent 'Black Gold'

November 20, 2020 6:27 PM
Preview of the new Air Jordan 1 High OG Patent 'Black Gold'

The Jordan Brand is launching another highlight from the Holiday 2020 collection. It is the Air Jordan 1 High OG Patent 'Black Gold', which will be available on 30 November 2020 from 09:00 a.m. for 159.99€. We are looking forward to the special release on Cyber Monday and take a closer look at the Air High OG Black in this article.

Air Jordan 1 High OG Patent 'Black Gold'

All details about the Jordan 1 High OG Patent 'Black Gold'

The glossy Patent Leather is increasingly used in the Jordan 1 colorways. We have already seen this upper in the J1 Retro High UNC Patent or the J1 Retro High Patent Gold Toe. The increasing popularity of the patent look is also reflected in the price of past patent releases. The Jordan 1 UNC Patent as a deadstock pair is currently around 500€.

The 'Black Gold' colorway was launched in a very similar version in 2003 as Mid. When the first images of the new Air Jordan 1 High OG patent 'Black Gold' appeared in June this year, the similarity to the 2003 Mid was immediately apparent. At that time it was the first Jordan with this special paint upper.

Jordan 1 Retro High UNC Patent
Jordan 1 Retro High NRG Patent Gold Toe

The Jordan comes in Men- and GS- Size

The mostly black look with golden details like the Nike Swoosh or the Nike Air branding on the tongue makes this shoe look more elegant than its leather counterpart. The sneaker will be available in both men's and GS sizes. In the GS sizes it will cost 120€.

Nike provides two different laces for the Jordan 1. One in black and one in gold. Small details like the golden seams on the sole make the shoe even more special. Here you can find out from which retailers you can buy the shoe on the release date. The list of all shops will be updated regularly before the release.

Air Jordan 1 High OG Patent

If you want to know more about the Holiday 2020 collection, take a look at some of the past and/or upcoming releases here. Nike still has some fantastic sneakers in stock that will be released with the Holiday 2020 series.

Would you rather have a look at the coming year? Jordan Brand has recently announced their line up for Spring 2021. Have a look in here what is waiting for you.