Monday, May 23, 2011

Breaking News: Air Jordan 1 High Banned Hits Nike Outlet

The long awaited Air Jordan 1 Banned has been a mystery shoe since photos first leaked. After the initial leak, rumors quickly spread that the shoe was scrapped by Jordan Brand. Just recently, new images of the Air Jordan 1 Banned were floating around the web, with a rumored Holiday 2011 launch.

Jordan Brand has yet to announce official release details about the Air Jordan 1 Banned. However, the Air Jordan 1 Banned just arrived at a Nike Factory Outlet, with the pairs marked as B-Grades. This also marks the first reappearance of Nike Air branding on a Jordan Retro, but no word if the rumored retail version will feature Nike Air on the tongue. The suggested retail is $125, but the outlet price is $109.99. The particular Nike Outlet is now sold out, so out of common courtesy, we will not mention the exact store location.

This breaking news is still developing, but one can only imagine how pairs ended up at the Nike Outlet before the official launch? Also, if they arrived at one Nike Factory Store, it’s possible they have or will be arriving at other locations. Stay tuned for more details and let the hunt begin!

Imagine If… Via The Shoe Game