Air Jordan 1 "Turbo Green"
Sneakers Published: December 20, 2018 Updated: February 13, 2019  |  WORDS: Staff

Is the Air Jordan 1 “Turbo Green” a modern vintage Jordan?

Leaks of an upcoming Air Jordan 1 Turbo Green have surfaced and it’s giving us serious 1985 vibes.

Air Jordan 1 "Turbo Green"
Vintage vibes from the Air Jordan 1 “Turbo Green”
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Update: February 13, 10am (Singapore time)

The highly anticipated non-OG Air Jordan 1 Turbo Green will officially launch this Friday, February 15. Get a look at the official images and the links for you to cop below.

Air Jordan 1 Turbo Green release details

Coming in a washed and pre-worn look, the Air Jordan 1 “Turbo Green” is one of the first Jordans slated to release next year.

The Air Jordan 1 will always be an integral part of sneaker history and the original 1985 release of the shoes are some of the most prized possessions of sneakerheads.

In 2019, we might get the opportunity to rock a pair of Jordan 1s that sport the same look as the 1985 pairs. Thanks to leaks from 2muchsol3, we get an early look at the upcoming Air Jordan 1 Turbo Green. Slated to release in January 2019, the Turbo Green 1s will be one of the more unique pairs to drop in recent years.

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With a pre-worn look and washed colors, the Air Jordan 1 “Turbo Green” looks like it has been through 33 years of wear. This gives the sneaker a certain character that only vintage shoes can attain. Coming in a Turbo Green/white/Light Grey/Sail colorway, the muted colors give the sneaker a real vintage vibe. The Turbo Green panels are suede, giving a nice premium touch to the sneaker. Other details include a yellow and black tongue tab, reminiscent of tags from the ’80s and ’90s. “SP 19 Air Jordan 1 High OG” can also be found on the lateral side of the sneaker.

There are no details on a confirmed release date, but look out for the shoe in early 2019. Keep your eyes on this page for updates.

All images: 2muchsol3 via SneakerBarDetroit

What do you think of the Air Jordan 1 Turbo Green? Do you own any OG 1985 Air Jordan 1 pairs? Let us know in the comments below. 

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