Sole Swapped Air Jordan 1.5’s Look Amazing, Don’t Sleep
Jordan Brand didn’t see much success when publicly releasing a unicorn sample known as the Air Jordan 1.5. During testing stages of the Air Jordan 2, Michael Jordan wore its sole on his first signature shoe to see if he liked it.
30 years later, you can currently find them on shelves and in outlets.
If you don’t want to pay $500 or more for Bred 1s or Chicago 1s, sole swapping the Air Jordan 1.5 is your best bet. As you can see in the image above, they look awesome.
Not only do you get a great OG shape on the upper, but the winged logo is unique in the fact that it says Nike instead of Air Jordan.
Now all you have do to is find a customizer or sneaker restorer to do the job!
Would you consider sole swapped Air Jordan 1.5s instead of paying resell?