Although Jordan Brand unveiled its full Summer 2020 lineup earlier today, one of the styles that weren't featured in the list is the "Metallic Silver" Air Jordan 1 High which will reportedly be dropping soon.
Thanks to zSneakerheadz, a first look at the latest style shows a grey and metallic silver color blocking similar to the Japan-exclusive style that dropped back in 2001, but will now feature "Nike Air" branding instead of a Jumpman logo on the tongue. Capping off the look is a white midsole and grey outsole.
As of now, a release date for this Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG "Metallic Silver" has yet to be announced, but it's expected to release sometime during the summer. Stay tuned to Sole Collector for updates.
UPDATE (06/29): Jordan Brand has confirmed that the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG CO.JP "Metallic Silver" that was only available in Japan back in 2001 is seeing a global launch this year as part of the brand's Fall 2020 collection. In addition to the wider release, this iteration will also be sold in silver suitcases that are numbered 1 through 2,020 exclusively in Japan. Expect this pair to release on July 25 for $170.
UPDATE (07/17): An official look at this year's "Metallic Silver" Air Jordan 1 High OG CO.JP release has surfaced via Nike.
UPDATE (07/24): Nike has confirmed that the global launch of the "Tokyo" Air Jordan 1 High CO.JP is happening on August 7 via SNKRS for $170. A date for the Japan-exclusive version has yet to be announced.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG CO.JP "Metallic Silver"
Release Date: 08/07/2020
Color: Neutral Grey/White-Metallic Silver
Style #: DA0382-029