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It's Official: The Air Jordan 1 High "Lost & Found" is Finally Getting a Restock


Adam Cheung
April 14, 2023

The holy grail is officially back!

We've been waiting for this day for many, many months now, and it looks like it's finally here. At the end of last year, Nike dropped the Air Jordan 1 High "Lost & Found." Considered by many sneakerheads to be the holiest of grails, it sold out literally within minutes of releasing, leaving many of us totally devastated. If that sounds like something you've been through, well, you're in luck, as a restock has officially been confirmed!

A one-to-one remake of Michael Jordan's original "Chicago" from 1985, the "Lost & Found" features the same red, white, and black color combination and is crafted from premium leather throughout. With that said, to give this Air Jordan 1 a vintage-inspired aesthetic, cracked details have been added to the collar for an old school vibe, and the Air midsole underfoot has also been slightly yellowed for a pre-worn look. All of this comes packed in a special edition shoebox that also has a retro finish, complete with era-accurate invoicing and paperwork to keep in line with the archival theme.

Announcing via SNKRS, a date for the Air Jordan 1 High "Lost & Found" restock has yet to be announced, so make sure you keep it locked here for everything that you need to know. If you just can't wait any longer, secure your size right now at Ox Street, and while you're here you might as well take your first look at the Air Jordan 1 Low OG "Black Toe"!

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Adam is a writer and editor specializing in sneakers and streetwear. 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.