March 4th, 2017 by Yale Schalk / 0
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Though it might not look it, Air Jordan 1 Rare Air is in fact an OG look. It was a 1984 sample that simply didn’t make the final cut. But Jordan Brand, keen on opening up the vault for rarities like this and the “Alternate” PE series, has been green-lighting it with multiple colorways in recent months. Soar Blue is one of them, sporting a Fragment Design-like blue, black and white motif packaged with the Rare Air branding.
Catch Air Jordan 1 Rare Air “Soar Blue” now at participating retailers like Livestock.
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