One of the most limited pair of Air Jordan that many of you may not have heard of was the Air Jordan 1 XQ China release from 2007. The XQ in the name is Chinese for “Happiness and Celebration” which released on June 1st, 2007 at Jordan Brand’s store in Shanghai, China with only 240 pairs in existence. These are now one of the hardest pairs of Air Jordan’s to find, unless you want to pay a extremely high price tag.
Featuring many composed materials with patterns on various sections of the shoe that used a White/Gold Dust-Sport Red-Black colorway. Located on the inside of the shoe box is a serial number counting down each 240 pairs. Where you one of the lucky ones that were able to get a pair of these rare Air Jordan 1 XQ? If so, did you re-sell to almost quad-triple your money? Do you wish Jordan Brand would bring these back and make them more available or just bring them back again for another exclusive release? Lastly, should JB just simply release them in the US period? Leave your thoughts in the comment section below.
Air Jordan 1 XQ
White/Gold Dust-Sport Red-Black