Ray Allen Shows Off the Air Jordan 1 Switch on Instagram — but This Pair Is an Exclusive Player Edition
Christmas came a little earlier this year for NBA legend Ray Allen after Jordan Brand gave him a special pair of Air Jordans.
Allen shared a new version of the unreleased Air Jordan 1 Switch on Instagram yesterday. Unfortunately for sneaker fans, this color is not released to the public.
Presented in a simple black and white color scheme, this version of NBA icon Michael Jordan's first signature shoe features a zipper under the ankle collar that allows the wearer to rock the shoe as a high or low top. It comes with a variety of ankle collars and laces that come in a variety of color options including red, blue, orange, and yellow. The look is rounded off by a matching white midsole and a black rubber outsole.
The shoe comes with a card with a special message from the Jordan Sports Marketing Team: “At the end of 2020, our team would like to express our thanks and appreciation for being part of our Jordan Brand Family. 2020 will be a year that will be hard to forget. During that year, each of you has shown resilience, strength and courage to adapt and continue to represent Jordan Brand with relentless dedication. "
At the time of publication, no release date has been announced for the Air Jordan 1 Switch.
In related Air Jordan news, a new sneaker collaboration between Clot and Jordan Brand is reportedly in the works after a first look at the upcoming Air Jordan 14 Low hit social media.
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