Even though Kawhi Leonard is currently sidelined due to a lingering quad injury, that doesn't mean the Team Jordan athlete isn't still turning heads when he steps on the court.

Yesterday, Leonard broke out a bold pair of Air Jordan 1s on the bench during the San Antonio Spurs' contest against the Indiana Pacers. The pair sport a full metallic gold patent leather upper with royal blue accents found on the Wings logo and laces, and an icy outsole. 

This isn't the first time that Leonard has worn all-gold Jordans either. He's also previously been seen rocking gold patent versions of the Air Jordan 5, Air Jordan 11, and Air Jordan 12.

Although it is unclear if these are going to hit retailers in the future, Leonard's history of gold PEs might mean these are a 1-of-1. However, given Jordan Brand's recent obsession with gold Air Jordan 1s and the 2018 Winter Olympics kicking off next month, anything is possible.