Sometimes you don't need flashy colors and a crazy story to make a shoe Throne-Worthy. The Neutral Grey Air Jordan 1 that releases in February is a perfect example of that.
The Neutral Grey Air Jordan 1 appears to be an incredibly accurate remake of an Air Jordan 1 colorway that was originally released in 1985. Despite the colorway being worn by Michael Jordan with a killer tracksuit, it hasn't been seen since. With that in mind, the nostalgia for these is weighing heavily on the hearts of collectors. On the flip side of that, according to Just Fresh Kicks, this release is going to be limited to only 23,000 pairs worldwide, which means the modern-day entrepreneurs who day trade sneakers (and apparently Gamestop stocks), are surely going to be after this one as well.
The formula of a simple colorway with a dash of hype and splash of nostalgia turns out to be a winner once again. Good luck to those looking to cop these on February 10th.