Air Jordan 1 High (GS), Chicago Lost And Found
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Air Jordan 1 High (GS), Chicago Lost And Found
An iconic silhouette returns with the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG 'Chicago Lost & Found' for the Big Kids and Grade School bunch. This leather upper has the same high-cut shape as the 1985 original, with a white base and scarlet overlays at the forefoot and heel. Black leather appears cracked on the padded collar, while the white rubber midsole has a pre-yelleowed finish. Special packaging features a damaged box with sale stickers and a mismatched replacement lid, maintaining the vintage '80s aesthetic. The accompanying sales invoice illustrates a time when Air Jordan 1s lingered on shelves of mom-and-pop stores and were eventually sold at steep discounts to lucky customers.
An iconic silhouette returns with the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG 'Chicago Lost & Found' for the Big Kids and Grade School bunch. This leather upper has the same high-cut shape as the 1985 original, with a white base and scarlet overlays at the forefoot and heel. Black leather appears cracked on the padded collar, while the white rubber midsole has a pre-yelleowed finish. Special packaging features a damaged box with sale stickers and a mismatched replacement lid, maintaining the vintage '80s aesthetic. The accompanying sales invoice illustrates a time when Air Jordan 1s lingered on shelves of mom-and-pop stores and were eventually sold at steep discounts to lucky customers.
An iconic silhouette returns with the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG 'Chicago Lost & Found' for the Big Kids and Grade School bunch. This leather upper has the same high-cut shape as the 1985 original, with a white base and scarlet overlays at the forefoot and heel. Black leather appears cracked on the padded collar, while the white rubber midsole has a pre-yelleowed finish. Special packaging features a damaged box with sale stickers and a mismatched replacement lid, maintaining the vintage '80s aesthetic. The accompanying sales invoice illustrates a time when Air Jordan 1s lingered on shelves of mom-and-pop stores and were eventually sold at steep discounts to lucky customers.
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