North Carolina alumnae were likely thrilled to see their school colors represented in the Air Jordan Holiday 2015 Retro lineup. Air Jordan 1 fanatics, meanwhile, were no doubt similarly exited to see the AJ1 done up in classic two-tone color blocking, showcasing Michael’s beloved Tar Heel heritage. The traditional leather build, accented with Nike Air branding on the padded nylon tongue, rounds out a nicely constructed Air Jordan 1 Retro. Priced at $160, the kicks are to hit stores on October 31.
Release Date: 10/31/2015 (Saturday)