You may now get a better look at the Air Jordan 1 “Dynamic Yellow,” which will be among the Air Jordan releases 2019 in the coming months. Back in 2016, the Air Jordan 1 High got completely deconstructed. It was the first time that the Air Jordan 1 High had undergone such an extreme transformation. The Air Jordan 1 High Deconstructed was a minimalistic variation that had one-piece uppers with no overlays at all. Its stripped down uppers merely featured stitching in places where the overlays would have been to make it more distinguishable. The Air Jordan 1 High Deconstructed made its retail in a “Black/Sail” and “Ivory/White” colorway.
A year later, Jordan Brand once again released the Air Jordan 1 Deconstructed for Easter, this time in two pastel colorways that hit the shelves back in Spring 2017 and retailed at a price of $123 each. Of course, the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Dynamic Yellow” is not as deconstructed; rather it is more comparable to OFF WHITE x Air Jordan 1 releases. It was first revealed back in April 2017 that Virgil Abloh was collaborating with Jordan Brand and had designed quite an avant-garde rendition of the Air Jordan 1, which also featured several deconstructed panels. He used the Air Jordan 1 “Chicago” as the base.
The Air Jordan 1 “Dynamic Yellow” is not as avant-garde either, but there is certainly something deconstructed about it. That includes the contrasting University Red-stitching that is exposed and visible throughout. More specifically though, the Nike “Swoosh” logo on the left side of each shoe is missing, as if it has been ripped off, with only the stitching signifying its outline. The rest of its uppers are dressed up in a balanced combination of Black and White, using the “Black Toe” color blocking. Last but not least, the Dynamic Yellow shade it gets its nickname from covers the other two “Swoosh” logos that are still there.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG "Dynamic Yellow" Color: White/Black-University Red-Dynamic Yellow Style Code: 555088-170 Release Date: July 2019 Price: $160