Back in 2003, the Air Jordan 1 returned in two famed OG colorways with a modern upgrade that was much more aesthetic than performance.
Both the “Chicago” 1s and “UNC” 1s dropped in patent leather.
While the temperature on the Air Jordan 1 in ’03 wasn’t what it is in ’19, in the near future we’ll get a culmination of past pairs that ties to ’84.
Seen for the first time over the summer, the Air Jordan 1 “UNC to Chicago” — or rather “Fearless” — sports a split styled AJ1 that is both Bulls and Tar Heels in blocking as well as patent leather in construction.
Air Jordan 1 UNC to Chicago/Fearless
Release Date: November 2, 2019