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An On-Foot Look at the Air Jordan 1 High OG "True Blue"


Adam Cheung
October 7, 2022

Inspired by two Air Jordan 3 colorways.

Whether you're a hardcore AJ 1 collector or you're searching for your very first pair, the Air Jordan 1 High OG "True Blue" should definitely be on your list of must-cop sneakers. Leaks of this coveted colorway first surfaced all the way at the start of 2022, and now that we're getting our best look yet at the pair, we want it even more. For everything that you need to know, make sure you read on.

Image credits: knowing_kicks

Inspired by two Air Jordan 3 colorways, namely the "True Blue" and the "White Cement," this sneaker combines both palettes into one slick sneaker. Crafted from a full leather construction, the "True Blue" works on top of a crisp white base, with blue hues descending upon the toe box and lacing system, and gray tones adorning the collar and heel.

A Nike Swoosh shoots across the lateral and medial side panels, and around the ankles, you'll find the legendary winged basketball insignia that has been finely debossed. To round it all off, the Air midsole underfoot has been left in an ultra clean color scheme, offering an insane amount of comfort and support both on and off the basketball court.

Image credits: knowing_kicks

Expected to drop in January 2023, make sure you keep it locked at Ox Street if you want the Nike Air Jordan 1 High OG "True Blue" in your personal collection next year. If you just can't wait, make sure you check out our Air Jordan 1 page and secure one of the latest and greatest releases right now!

Air Jordan 1 High OG "True Blue"
Image credits: knowing_kicks
Adam is a writer and editor specializing in sneakers and style. Over the past few years, he's curated features and guides for fashion publications across the globe, winning multiple awards along the way. Often travelling between the UK and Hong Kong, don't be too surprised if you find Adam anywhere else around the world taking street photography or feasting on the local delicacies.