Original Story (06/07/20): Images of an upcoming Air Jordan 1 called the “Bio Hack” have surfaced. The shoe is dressed in the same color scheme as the Undefeated x Nike Dunk High that released in 2005.

The 2005 Dunk High made in collaboration with Los Angeles’ UNDFTD were limited to just 5000 pairs worldwide and a currently going for around $1,000 on the resale market. The green from the sole unit, Baroque Brown overlays, blue toe box, and black suede quarter panels are all pulled from this 15-year-old release and transferred onto the Air Jordan 1 High silhouette. Racer Pink accents dress the sockliner and Nike Air tongue patch, while the tongue itself is made of nylon and dressed in Laser Orange.

The Air Jordan 1 “Bio Hack” is expected to arrive on September 5th for a retail price of $170 USD. Another Dunk-inspired AJ1, the “Rage Green” Zoom, is slated to arrive sooner than that. Stay tuned to Modern Notoriety for updates on both of these releases.

Air Jordan 1 High OG “Bio Hack”
Color: Baroque Brown/Black-Laser Orange-Racer Pink
Style Code: 555088-201
Release Date: September 4, 2020
Price: $170 USD

Update (08/26/20): Following an official reveal as part of Jordan’s Fall 2020 Lineup, the Air Jordan 1 “Baroque Brown” has been loaded onto SNKRS with a release date of September 4th for a retail price of $170 USD. This colorway, colloquially known as the “Bio Hack,” is said to be inspired by the rapid pace of life in Tokyo. These will also be dropping at select retailers including the standard footsites: Foot Locker, Footaction, Eastbay, JD Sports, Champs, Finish Line.

Update (06/16/20): Grab an on-feet look at the Air Jordan 1 “Bio Hack” below. Stay tuned for official release info.

Update (06/15/20): Here’s a better look at the “Bio Hack” Air Jordan 1, courtesy of koala_hsh. Stay tuned for release updates.

Original Story photos:

Photos: Earlygvng

UNDFTD x Nike Dunk High NL (2005)

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