Jordan Brand Brought Back a Forgotten Air Jordan Sample


After 2015's emphasis on overlooked sneakers like the Air Jordan 1 KO and Air Jordan 1.5, Jordan Brand's bringing yet another unusual sneaker out of the archives for the new year.

Feast your eyes on the Jordan Sky High, a canvas-based high top that has more in common visually with the Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star than any other Air Jordan model. The Sky High was originally produced as a sample in the late '80s and never released to the public, however it did have a brief retro run a few years back in 2010. Now, it's once again set for an official release in three colorways, including the O.G. "Sail/Wolf Grey/University Red" colorway pictured above.

Priced at $110, the Jordan Sky High will also be made available in black/grey and triple-black colorways, with the former already popping up at retailers like Rock City Kicks and the latter said to be dropping next month. Meanwhile, the O.G. colorway should hit stores by March. Check out the full lineup below.


Source: Complex 

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