Air Jordan 1 High ‘Patent Bred’ | Draw Closed!

The shoe that started it all. Honouring over  three decades of revolutionary design and court history, The Air Jordan 1 has achieved grail-like status by sneakerheads over the years. Originally designed by Peter Moore in 1985-back in all its glory- the fit has been lauded for its signature sidewall Swooshes, perforated shoe boxes and a collared wing emblem. Not to mention one of  its most coveted colourways of all time – the Chicago-inspired colourway. The celebratory colour up of red, black and white is a true accolade to the iconic b-ball franchise, the Chicago Bulls.    

Over the years the Air Jordan 1 lineage has also boasted a catalogue of collaborations with brands like namely Off-White, A Ma Maniere and Comme Des Garçons being an audacious handful of favourites. In addition, the AJ1 is a canvas for community collectives and creatives such as the Fearless project. The ‘Patent Bred’ rendition remasters the intrinsic ‘OG’ design that has changed the basketball and trainer game throughout the years. 

Glossy black patent leather replaces the traditional tumbled leather design, while hints of ‘Varsity Red’ coat the toe cap, medial quarter and the sidewall Swooshes. What’s more, the legendary design features the Wing emblem on the collar, a perforated shoe box and labelling on the tongue and insoles, maintaining the OG aesthetic. Underfoot, the full-length Air midsole provides unrivalled comfort and undeniable sporting performance, delivering on-court functionality like no other. 

PLEASE TAKE TIME TO READ THE BELOW!

The London in-store draw is now CLOSED!

To enter, you’re required to sign up via the above forms, these WON’T be available in-store to sign up on. 

In-store winners will be contacted via email informing them of their win. Within this email, winners will be given a set of dates in which they must collect their win from our London store. To collect, you will need to provide the winning email and a valid photographic government ID matching the winners name. NO ONE can collect on the winners behalf. Failure to provide this, or failure to collect within the given dates will mean failure to purchase your win.

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