The Air Jordan 1 x Dave White has been anticipated for quite sometime and in February, we finally get to see the first collaboration between Dave White and Jordan Brand release. The first official date will be on February 11th, followed by another release on February 24th to celebrate the All Star weekend and the “Wings” Program. As of now, there is no word on where the 2nd run will release but stay tuned with Modern Notoriety for more information regarding this release. Via Jumpman

Air Jordan 1 x Dave White Release Info
464803-001
02/11/12
$175

Dave White’s first Air Jordan 1 Retro design was a masterpiece. His American-flag inspired shoes caused a stir at All-Star Weekend, and he mentored kids at Inglewood High School as part of his work with Jordan and WINGS for the Future.

White is back at again, and we’ve collaborated to bring you the Air Jordan 1 High DW. These kicks feature the iconic Jordan black/sport red-white-cement grey colorway, and even bring in the elephant print on the forefoot laces-strap.

But it’s White’s trademark paint splatter and brush strokes that make this shoe stand out.

White actually created four design options for this shoe, each implementing expressive elements. While eye-catching from the jump, White thinks that it’s the details that sneakerheads will appreciate from these kicks.

“As people see them in the flesh all the little touches that make them special will unveil themselves. The use of artist grade canvas on the tongue, textured paint printed onto white upper, the laces and sock liners with the stitched wings logo and the box really is the icing on the cake.”

The Dave White Air Jordan 1 Retro will be available in North America, Europe and China on February 11. In celebration of All-Star Week and WINGS, we’ll be dropping another run on February 24.

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