According to Instagram user @J23app, the highly anticipated release has now been pushed back to May 3, which is a week after its original rumored Apr. 27 date. The Jordan 1 will sport a premium cream-colored leather upper that’s contrasted by dark mocha brown overlays on the toe box, heel counter and eye stay. The kicks’ standout features include a reverse Swoosh on the lateral side along with a secret stash pocket hidden within the ankle collar. Retail pricing is expected to be $175.
Fans were able to get their hands on the limited collab early last month after the pair saw an unexpected release on the SNKRS app while Scott was onstage performing at the Grammys. The sneakers are now fetching over $2,000 on the secondary marketplace, including on StockX and Flight Club.
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