The Air Jordan 1 has been a staple in the Air Jordan line as far back as I can remember, different colors and cuts, the addition of straps and new materials, and even the merging of models to create AJ 1 hybrids. After the surprise outlet release of the Black and Red "Banned" Air Jordan 1 back in 2011, many fans were left empty handed and looking for another chance to get their hands on the Air Jordan 1 with the original Nike Air branding. 2013 and 2014 have brought us quite a few gems in terms of the Air Jordan 1 OG High releases, but for 2015 Jordan Brand chose to highlight the often forgotten, Air Jordan 1 OG Low for a change.
Jordan Brand hit the ground running in early in 2015 with the release of the Air Jordan 1 OG Low Black/Red, or Bred as commonly referred to. Surprisingly, the Air Jordan 1 OG Low didn't fly off shelves like its high top version, probably due to its Valentines Day release, which fell right in the middle of Nike's All Star Weekend Celebration in New York City. If you do your homework, I'm sure you can still find the Bred 1 Low's for retail at some places, which is extremely surprising seeing as the high-top version from 2013 sells for well above $400 at this point.
Moving on from the Black/Red AJ1 Low release, Jordan Brand dropped an all white based AJ1 Low, that used neutral grey on the swoosh and also on the tongue and heel details. Unfortunately for Jordan 1 fans in the States, this colorway was exclusive to Europe, and up until this point no confirmation of a US release has been made. There was some confusion about which colorway AJ1 Low would be dropping this Saturday, March 28th, original rumors stated that the White/Neutral Grey color scheme would indeed be dropping in the US that day, it turns out Jordan Brand is bringing out another OG colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Low.
The White/Red Air Jordan 1 OG Low will be releasing Saturday, March 28th, with a MSRP of $130. If allocations for the Black/Red AJ1 Low are any indication, expect these to be somewhat limited, but most likely easily attainable due to very little hype surrounding this release. Being the Air Jordan 1 fan that I am, I will definitely be out there Saturday morning attempting to pick a pair up, hopefully it will be as easy as I suspect. Let me know what you guys think about the Air Jordan 1 OG Low White/Red, and if its on your must have list for this weekends releases.