Air Jordan 1 ‘Chicago’ Lost & Found

By Savanna Lattanzi | November 19th, 2022

Originally debuting in 1985, the new Air Jordan 1s are scheduled for release on November 19th, 2022. The Air Jordan 1 ‘Chicago’ redesigned version, deemed ‘Lost & Found’, touches on the shoe’s history of being often misplaced in inventory. With the new release, creators are seeking to transport sneaker heads back to the early days of AJ1s with Jordan in his prime. Because of this, purchases of Air Jordan 1 Lost and Found will include both white and black laces for the option of sporting a full Michael Jordan look. Classic Chicago Bulls colors are featured in this design, and a more prominent swoosh details the side of the sneaker. 



Through thoughtful study of natural aging of the original Air Jordan 1, brand developers have incorporated a vintage look, ensuring that every shoe feels unique. The retro design and storeroom-aged vibe provokes feelings of nostalgia and will make these Jordans the perfect everyday shoe. Complete with homey mismatched packaging and sneaker-ad tissue paper, the newest Jordan 1s are the sneakers of your childhood. Processes of aging are acknowledged through updated methods of cracking and yellowing which were common to the 1985 original, but in the current day still produce long-lasting, high-quality sneakers.

Look out for this new release in the Bullseye online or in-person stores!






Release Date: November 19th, 2022

Style: DZ5485-612

Colorway: Varsity Red/Black Sail Muslin

Sizing: True to size

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