Air Jordan 1 Bred Toe Restock
Greece based retailer Füel just announced an Air Jordan 1 Bred Toe Restock. Fans will now have a second opportunity to get the Air Jordan 1 Bred Toe. The restock is scheduled to happen on March 7 (that’s next Wednesday) at 5 PM GMT.
The number of sizes available was not disclosed. However, this is, in fact, a unique chance to try and grab the Bred Toes for retail price.
Head over to Füel to find out more.
Air Jordan 1 Bred Toe: not your “regular” General Release
The “Bred Toe” belongs to Jordan Brand‘s 2018 lineup and is dressed in a Gym Red, Black, and Summit White colorway, all across the upper and midsole. Many so-called sneakerheads and experts state that the grained leather is as good as the one and only ‘Shattered Backboard’ released in 2015.
In fact, it’s all about the “Black Toe” colorway, but with a twist. The silhouette merges two of the best colorways ever – the Black Toe and the Bred.
Not that long ago, in November to be precise, someone tried to resell an unreleased version of the Bred Toe for $10,000 – and even if many are still without a pair, this can be considered a “mega GR”.
Bred Toe is beyond the hype
When you put aside all hyped collaborations, like the Off-White x Nike Air Jordan 1, one of the most coveted releases of recent weeks was, without a doubt, the Nike Air Jordan 1 “Bred Toe”. It is “just” a General Release. But you can be sure to break some necks once you have them on feet.
Sure, 2017 has ended quite well for Nike. Nevertheless, 2018 is shaping to be one of the best years the brand has ever seen. Well, at least that is what we think and we should not be that far off.
A bit of history:
The Nike Air Jordan 1 was originally released in 1985. Peter Moore was the designer. The silhouette gained fans all over the world from the moment that it was worn on court by Michael Jordan AKA GOAT.
Many OG and iterations have been released in recent years, and even if some were better than others, the AJ1 will always be a classic. However, we should add, all the hype started with the “Banned” colorway in 1994, a retro release.
You know, Jordan had just retired from basketball, hence, there was no better way to pay him his deserved tribute. Apart from the fact that all the way up ’till 2008 all aficionados and collectors were rather unhappy with the models available, we can assure you that this “Bred Toe” is a future classic.
As a matter of fact, most common sizes are already selling for double retail in some known online platforms.
The “Bred Toe” restock follows another important restock made by another store last November. Back then, the Air Jordan 1 ‘Banned’ was also restocked with a retail price. Read about it here.