Jordan Brand has pulled inspiration from some obscure places in recent years to dress the Air Jordan line in some new colorways, but the latest Air Jordan 1 to surface might be one of the oddest examples to date.

This particular pair is rumored to be inspired by Jordan Brand's shipping department. Thanks to @koala_hsh on Instagram, photos have surfaced of the brand new Air Jordan 1 with a white leather upper and bright yellow accents on the Swoosh, tongue tag, ankle collar, and outsole. Additional details like UPC barcodes stamped on the lateral ankle and heel, as well as a "23" recycling symbol bear an ever-so-subtle resemblance to the branding used by Virgil Abloh on his continuous work with Nike.

There is currently no release date for the "Shipping Department" Air Jordan 1, but take a look at some initial images below. 

Air Jordan 1 "First Class Flight"
Release Date: July 2019
Color: White/Dynamic Yellow-Black
Style #: 555088-170
Price: $160

UPDATE (05/30): Detailed images of the "First Class Flight" Air Jordan 1 have surfaced, courtesy of @hanzuying on Instagram. The colorway is currently rumored for a July 2019 release at $160.

Air Jordan 1 'First Class Flight' 555088-170 (Pair 2)
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Air Jordan 1 'First Class Flight' 555088-170 (Medial)
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Air Jordan 1 'First Class Flight' 555088-170 (Lateral)
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Air Jordan 1 'First Class Flight' 555088-170 (Heel)
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Air Jordan 1 'First Class Flight' 555088-170 (Bottom)
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Air Jordan 1 'First Class Flight' 555088-170 (Detail)
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