Imagine the following scenario: You enter one of those said stores and search the deepest corners of the store, not really knowing what to expect. Suddenly you notice a mismatched Jordanbrand box. You dig it out and are thrilled by the contents, the search was successful.
That's exactly what the shoe and the special packaging aim at in great detail!
The first eye-catcher is the "used" box, with bottom and lid obviously not matching, sale stickers testify unsuccessful sales attempts. The box itself comes with a receipt from a fictitious store called "Sandy Bros. Sports Depot". The receipt is dated 08/30/1986, more than a year after the official launch of the Air Jordan 1. The pair is wrapped in paper printed with classic Jordan advertisements.
The shoe itself also comes in a slight "used look". For example, the shoe collar, midpanel and toebox have been designed in a supposedly cracked leather. The tongue and midsole have been given a slightly yellowed look, which, together with the vintage outsole, contributes to the *Lost & Found* storytelling. Even though the release is not an actual 1:1 reissue of the Air Jordan 1 High OG Chicago, this version of the classic is a detailed variant that is one of our absolute winners of this year even before the release.
-> To the Nike Air Jordan 1 High OG Retro *Lost & Found* at Asphaltgold