One of the hotly anticipated drops in 2021 is upon us and it’s just around the corner.
The Air Jordan 1 “Hyper Royal” will be released in Singapore on April 17, with a variety of outlets stocking the pair.
The most obvious avenue would be Nike.com, which will be releasing the shoe at 10am. Stocks run out fast though, so be sure to camp the site early.
Limited Edt will also be releasing the hyped pair, with a members only raffle taking place on April 16 from 2pm to 9pm, and an online release for the public at 9am on limitededt.com.
All the best with your draws!
A brand new luxe edition of the Air Jordan 1 is dropping on August 6 in the form of the “Satin Red”.
The shoe is a women’s exclusive and is a follow-up to a series of satin-draped Air Jordan 1s in a hyper-luxurious treatment.
This time around, the “Satin Red” mixes a blend of satin and faux snakeskin, adding textures and detailing to the iconic silhouette.
The pair will make its way to Nike.com at 10am (SGT) on August 6, 2020. Do expect it to be a hot drop so if you snooze, you’ll lose.
Air Jordan 1 “Satin Red”
Date: August 6, 2020
Nike and Jordan brand will be launching a brand new colourway of the popular Air Jordan 1 High silhouette, dubbed the “Light Smoke Grey” or just “Smoke Grey”, depending on region.
The pair will be releasing in Singapore on July 11, 2020, via Nike.com at 10am.
Decked out in leather uppers, the grey suede overlays give the shoes a premium feel.
The shoes will be priced at S$239.
Air Jordan 1 OG High “Smoke Grey”
When: July 11, 2020
For a closer look, check out the official product shots below.
Following the highly-popular US drop of the Air Jordan 1 “Defiant”, sneakerheads in Europe will be getting their chance to score a pair.
The good news for us in Asia is that UK retailer END Clothing ships globally, which means we also get a chance to cop the pair – albeit in competition with everyone else in the world.
The “Defiant” is a refreshing new look for the silhouette, with a single red stripe cutting through the mainly black upper. The design is inspired by racing stripes given Michael Jordan’s obsession for luxury cars.
The ballot on END Launches closes at 8am on March 2 (Singapore time), so be sure to take your chance as soon as you can.
It’ll be priced at S$255 plus an additional S$32 for shipping.
For a closer look at the pair, check it out below.
Right off the bat from a polarizing Super Bowl performance, Travis Scott will be dropping his Air Jordan 1 in April 2019.
The shoe actually made a surprise drop earlier this month and will set for a full release by the Spring.
The Sicko Mode rapper has been making huge waves in recent times, particularly with his hit song and string of collaborations.
The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG features several notable elements, such as the reversed Swoosh on the lateral sides of the pair and the Cactus Jack branding on the insoles, behind the medial Swooshes and heel.
For a closer look, check it out below.
In conjunction with the release of the critically-acclaimed animated film Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, the Jordan Brand will be releasing the Air Jordan 1 “Origin Story” in Singapore on December 14.
The Air Jordan 1 is the perfect silhouette for the team-up, especially in that the main protagonist Miles Morales wears a pair of AJ1s in the film.
The pair is a reimagining of the “Chicago” colourway, mixed in with Spider-Man colours to make it a must buy for sneakerheads and comic fans alike.
Date: December 14
For a closer look at the pair, check them out below.
At a time when the sneaker market is filled with resellers hoping to score a buck or two, Nike and the Jordan brand are making a statement – sneakers are meant to be worn, not resold.
Enter the Air Jordan 1 NRG “Not For Resale” – a clear message from the Swoosh regarding its stance against resell nation.
The shoe comes packed with strong texts such as “Not For Resale”, “Wear Me”, “Please Crease”, “No Photos” and “No L’s”. A colourway in yellow is also expected to release later in December.
This pair, however, is dropping on Nike.com on November 7, same as its worldwide release. The drop comes in conjunction with Nike.com’s 2nd anniversary in Southeast Asia, which promises a week of high heat drops and special releases.
For a closer look at the pair, check it out below.
Release: November 7
All throughout this week, Nike is offering an additional 20% off its Anniversary Collection. Apply the promo code “NIKE20” at checkout to enjoy the discount on the collection.
Despite dropping a week earlier, Off-White Singapore is giving you a chance to cop the Off-White x Air Jordan 1 “UNC” at retail price this weekend.
Off-White Singapore made the announcement on Facebook and Instagram earlier this evening.
The so-called “NIKE RAFFLE” will begin this Wednesday (June 27) with the raffle registration, followed by a Live Ballot on Saturday (June 30).
The raffle registration will begin at 11am and ticket collection will stop once all tickets are given out.
Customers can increase their chances by purchasing any item in-store from Off-White Singapore from June 27 to June 29, which will grant one additional raffle entry.
For more information, check out Off-White Singapore’s Facebook post below.
Not to be left out from Nike’s fresh drop of the PlayStation x Air Force 1 earlier this week, Microsoft has its own collaboration in the cards with an E3-exclusive Air Jordan 1 “Xbox”.
Decked out in the Xbox colours, the upcoming pair features premium suede uppers and Xbox branding on the laces and insole.
While the shoes look eye-catching already as it is, the Jordan Brand has added green glow-in-the-dark outsoles to give it an extra oomph for the night time.
Microsoft released official images of the shoe earlier today and as you can tell, they are pure heat for the feet.
Check them out below.
Earlier this month, Air Jordan paid tribute to French football champions Paris Saint-Germain with the Air Jordan 5 “Paris”.
This time, Air Jordan is teaming up with the football side on the Air Jordan 1 “PSG”.
These AJ1s feature a midsole striping on the side of the sneaker near the heel, a callback to the well-known vertical stripe in middle of the club’s home jersey.
A PSG x Jumpman logo can be found on the inside of the tongue while the insole reads “ICI C’EST PARIS” which translates to “Here is Paris”, the club’s slogan.
The reveal came courtesy of @pinoe77, along with a caption that emphasised its limited release.
Drop details for the pair of sneakers are still unconfirmed, stay tuned as we will keep you guys updated on the release.
Have a look at the unreleased pair below.