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Dior x Nike Air Jordan 1. 2020's Most Inaccessible New Arrival
Due to restrictions in the context of the pandemic, the releases coveted by many sneakerheads have been postponed. Among them are sneakers from the collaboration of the Dior and Nike brands. Based on the classic Air Jordan 1 High silhouette. The first owners of the coveted novelty were rapper Travis Scott and sculptor Daniel Arsham. They are one of the lucky few who managed to get their hands on the sneaker before production was suspended. Today, getting these is one of the impossible tasks. Let's figure out what is special about the release and why they became a symbol of this year's hopes?
What do the new Air Dior look like?
Rapper Travis Scott was the first to announce the model in social networks, and soon it was in them that he and came to the show of the Dior Homme pre-fall collection in Miami.
The creative director of the men's line says it took a year to create the sneaker. And now the couples made in Italy have been brought to perfection. By the way, according to preliminary information, there will be only 8,500 of them - with a reference to the launch of the Air Jordan 1 model on sale in 1985.
The Jordan are made of white and gray Italian leather. Dior monograms have appeared on the tongue and jacquard swoosh. Brand logos also flaunt on a transparent blue sole, and the model name - Air Dior is placed above the Jordan logo with wings.
How much will the collaboration cost?
The Dior x Air Jordan 1 High OG release date was scheduled for April 2020, but production had to be suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. Buy sneakers, if you can, of course, will be available in select Dior stores. The price for the model will be about $ 2,000.
Why did the couple become a symbol of hope in 2020?
Surprisingly, now requests for this model on the main sneaker marketplace of the world StockX start at $ 80 thousand. The Jordans turned out to be legendary even before the release, thanks to the current situation in the world. Sneakerheads eager to buy their first pairs are shocked by the pricing and confused - do they really want to get the coveted box before the official start of sales?