To the untrained eye, this new Air Jordan 1 High looks like it’s straight out of 1985. But all the real heads will instantly know it’s a perfect combination of the OG "Black Toe" and "Bred" colorways. For the majority of the color block, it stays true to the classic Black Toe blueprint, but adds a red toe box instead of a white one—hence the "Bred" portion of the nickname. All technicalities of the color scheme aside, there’s no doubt Jordan Brand has another hit on their hands with the Air Jordan 1 Bred Toe. A new colorway that even the purists can appreciate.