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The Air Jordan 1 Low OG "Year of the Rabbit" is Limited to 5,000 Pairs

Editorials

Adam Cheung
December 12, 2022

Expected to be extremely limited.

With Chinese New Year coming up just around the corner, the sneaker community has been blessed with a multitude of CNY-inspired Nike sneakers including the Nike Dunk Low. Now, after countless leaks and rumors, we're getting our very first look at the Air Jordan 1 Low OG "Year of the Rabbit." Hands down one of our favorite Lunar New Year kicks that we've seen so far, these are expected to be extremely limited, so keep it locked to find out everything that we know so far.

Air Jordan 1 Low OG "Year of the Rabbit"
Image credits: Xcmade

From a distance, the "Year of the Rabbit" bears a striking resemblance to the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG "Reverse Mocha." Boasting a familiar color palette, it builds on top of a crisp white base and is overlaid by earthy suede panels throughout. The heels have been dipped in a metallic gold sheen complete with complementary winged basketball emblems, and to keep in line with the rabbit theme, the laces are made from a frayed terry material that kind of reminds us of a bunny's tail.

Air Jordan 1 Low OG "Year of the Rabbit"
Image credits: Xcmade

As mentioned already, the Nike Air Jordan 1 Low OG "Year of the Rabbit" will be very exclusive. In fact, according to the numbers tag on the back of the tongue, only 5,000 pairs will be made globally. Set to release on January 21st, you'll be able to grab a pair via Ox Street's dedicated Air Jordan 1 page within the coming weeks.

Air Jordan 1 Low OG "Year of the Rabbit"
Image credits: Xcmade
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.