You can expect the uppers to feature premium leather construction with clean white and blue ‘Game Royal’ overlays on the toe and side panel. Black makes its way onto the Swoosh and ankle collar, completing the iconic colour-blocked design.
When we first caught wind of this colourway in late 2017, we couldn’t help but think these were a poor man’s Air Jordan 1 ‘Fragment’. However, following the strong reception for the Air Jordan 1 ‘Bred Toe’, it’s likely these won’t sit on shelves for long.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG ‘Game Royal’ will drop online and at select Jordan Brand retailers come March 24 for Set to retail for $160 USD.