Remember late last year when Jordan and Fragment dropped their highly anticipated Air Jordan 1 model and everybody lost their minds? Well, this time it looks like Jordan Brand is rolling it out again but on a Jordan 1.5 model. The Air Jordan 1.5 hasn’t been exactly flying of the shelves, even with the iconic “Chicago” colorway slapped on it but maybe this is the color scheme that could get people interested in this model. The Air Jordan 1.5 is a sample that was worn by Michael Jordan as Nike worked finalizing the Air Jordan 1. The Air Jordan 1 upper sits on top of a Air Jordan 2 sole to pretty much sum up the shoe.
With basically the same colorway of the Fragment collab, thing aren’t going to be that much similar to the original. The “Royal” color has been brought to the upper portion and black is placed on the straps and white settles on the upper mid and sole.
With the Fragment collaboration going for over $1000, you can save a couple of hundred and scoop these up if you’re a fan of that color scheme. There isn’t a release date but rumor has it that these could see a potential October drop. Sound off in the comments below to let us know what you think.