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Air Jordan 1 “Bleached Denim” Spotted in New Orleans

This never-before-seen Air Jordan 1 Bleached Denim was spotted during 2017 All-Star Weekend in New Orleans.

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We’ve seen a few Air Jordan 1 “Denim” versions in the past, but this one might be the best of them all.

Jon The Barber aka @jayover_everything on Instagram is a local collector that was defiantly on notice during the festivities going down in New Orleans.

This Air Jordan 1 is a custom take on the Air Jordan 1 Retro High “Family Forever” that debuted back in 2014. His execution was on-point, as he took the original release and made it a whole lot more fashionable by adding fray detailing and bleaching the denim areas.

Take a full look for yourself below and let us know what you guys think in the comments section. If released, how many of you would cop?

Air Jordan 1 Bleached Denim

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