Share This Page: This Week's Heat: AJ 1 'Royal', AJ 1 Low PREM, and more Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG ‘Royal’ – 555088-007 – 4/1/17 The Jordan brand is dropping a classic this weekend on par with the AJ 1 ‘Chicago’ or AJ 1 ‘Banned’. One of the original 1985 colorways of the Air Jordan 1, the AJ 1 ‘Royal’ is dropping for the first time in four years. The classic black and blue combo is a mainstay for sneaker heads, and an easy complement for the everyday fit. This sneaker sees Royal Blue on the toe, heel, ankle, Swoosh, and outsole. Staying true to its legacy, the AJ 1 ‘Royal’ comes equipped with the original Nike Air branding on the tongue and outsole. This AJ 1 is built with premium full-grain and tumbled leather and the classic Air Jordan Wings logo is embossed on the side. The white midsole houses a Nike Air unit in the heel for responsive cushioning. The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG ‘Royal’ will be available on Saturday, April 1st. You can cop these sneakers for $160 in men’s sizes and $120 for grade school sizes, so check out Where to Cop for details. Air Jordan 1 Retro Low OG PREM ‘Ice Blue’ – 905136-402 – 4/1/17 Looking for a premium low-top for the spring? Jordan’s got you covered with the Air Jordan 1 Retro Low ‘Ice Blue’. Crafted from Ice Blue premium leather, the AJ 1 ‘Blue Suede’ sports pops of Vachetta Tan on the Nike Air branding on the tongue and Jordan Wings logo on the heel. The laces and liner keep with the icy theme, and the sneaker sits on a white sole unit. The Air Jordan 1 Retro Low ‘Ice Blue’ drops on Saturday, April 1st, in stores only. These sneakers will be in men’s sizes for $140, so check out Where to Cop for details. Nike Air More Uptempo ‘Pink Blast’ – 415082-003 - 4/1/17 Nike is dropping the Air More Uptempo silhouette in a kids’ colorway, originally designed by Wilson Smith in 1996, and laced up by Scottie Pippen. The Air More series is renowned for the distinctive ‘Air’ branding on the side panels and multiple visible Air-Sole units, and the Air More Uptempo restores this illustrious sneaker in full form. Featuring a leather upper that is draped in black, this sneaker sees Pink Blast as an accent behind the Air More overlays. The midsole is fitted with three visible Air-Sole units and accented with a Pink Nike Swoosh at heel. The black rubber outsole features a large, herringbone traction pattern for optimal surface grip. The Nike Air More Uptempo ‘Pink Blast’ drops on Saturday, April 1st, in stores and only so check Where to Cop for details. These timeless sneakers are $130 for grade schoolers.