The aforementioned pair is the Air Jordan 1 CO.JP "Metallic Silver" from 2001. "CO.JP" is short for "Concept Japan" and used as the moniker for Japan-exclusive pairs back in the '90s and '00s. Fans will finally be able to get their hands on this pair in retro form and Japanese customers will have a chance to purchase the sneakers with an exclusive numbered (1 to 2,020) silver suitcase (like the original release).
Additional Air Jordan 1 releases include a women's exclusive model featuring leather, satin and faux snakeskin in a reverse Satin Black Toe colorway, a pair inspired by the UNDFTD Dunk High colorway and grey AJ1 with red and black ankle highlights.
Aside from the AJ1 silhouette, a women's exclusive Air Jordan 3 in "Laser Orange" will arrive and an AJ3 with raw denim elephant print and a translucent heel tab. The AJ5 also continues to celebrate its 30th anniversary with a general release of the Oregon Ducks colorway. Black and grey cover a women's exclusive AJ6 while the AJ12, AJ13 and AJ14 round out the pack with a black/yellow colorway, white/indigo colorway, white/green/black colorway and white/blue colorway respectively.
Stay tuned for release dates on the individual pairs. In related news, the Air Jordan 14 "Gym Red" will release this weekend.