The last time we saw the iconic "Bred" Jordan 1 High was during the holiday season of 2013, which, for this particular colorway, almost feels like an eternity. Thankfully, they're about to get another release in 2016, and this time around, they're Remastered.

A leaked product manifest from a Korean sneaker site (pictured below) shows details for an Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG in none other than "Black/Varsity Red-White" set for a September 2016 launch. Although there are no images of this 2016 pair available, all signs point to a Retro Remaster of the beloved colorway that was infamously banned by the NBA.

Speaking of the "Banned" version, there's also speculation that this 2016 release could be a rehash of 2011's ultra-premium "Banned" release, which was only distributed via outlets and featured thematic branding throughout including an "X" at the heels. Either way, we're sure most 'heads will just be glad to get their hands on these again.

Once again, these "Bred" Jordan 1s are set to drop during Fall 2016. Keep in mind that the image above is the 2013 pair, but we'll be sure to update you with more details as soon as they're available. 


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