(UPDATE) The 2001 Air Jordan 1 co.JP ‘Neutral Grey’ Delayed To July
With last week’s news of the once Japan exclusive Air Jordan 1 ‘Midnight Navy’, longtime fans of the silhouette were given a trip down memory lane while new sneakerheads got a glimpse into the brand’s storied history. The Japan-exclusive ‘2001 Addition’ pack first got off the ground with the now legendary AJ 1 ‘Neutral Grey’, rumored to be returning this July.
Once limited to only 2,001 pairs, the AJ 1 ‘Neutral Grey’ actually has a very misleading name. While the medial and lateral side panels feature the titular grey shade, the most eye-catching element is the regal Metallic Silver which adorns the heel, toebox, collar, and Swoosh. The gold-stamped Jordan Wings logo is now also redone in Metallic Silver. A Co.JP logo printed across the insole and “2001 2020” behind the tongue helps keep the memory of the early 2000s sneaker culture alive.
UPDATE – May 3rd, 2020: New images of the 2001 Air Jordan 1 co.JP ‘Neutral Grey’ have arrived as well as an updated release date of July 25th, 2020.
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