Originally designed in 1984, released in ’85, the Air Jordan 1 High “Bred” aka “Banned” will return in its true OG high cut form during the holiday 2019 season.
True to its original release, this Air Jordan 1 will feature the signature Black and Red leather upper atop a White midsole and Red rubber outsole. No leaked photos of the 2019 Retro have yet to become available.
Air Jordan 1 High Bred Banned Release Date
Look for the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Bred” to release in full family sizing on Black Friday, November 29th at select retailers and Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $160 USD.
Color: Black/Gym Red-White
Style Code: 555088-062
Release Date: November 29, 2019
UPDATE: Instead of getting the “Bred” Air Jordan 1 with its ’85 height, Jordan Brand will be releasing the “Who Said Man Was Not Meant To Fly” Air Jordan 1 (shown below) on Black Friday, November 29th.
UPDATE: DJ Folk on Twitter shed some light on what’s going on with the rumored “Banned” Air Jordan 1 for Black Friday.
“Black Friday shoe hasn’t even went into production yet. As of last week it was the banned. If it has changed to something else since ok cool. The 4 individuals I spoke to last week said it’s Bred/Banned. Things could change any time. Now the 85 height thing is happening 100% whether it starts Black Friday. It’s happening in 2020.”