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Better Air Jordan 1 “Court Purple” Release: “2018” or “2020”

Jordan Brand has dropped two different renditions of the Air Jordan 1 “Court Purple” that originally debuted in 2018 and last released in 2020. 2018’s release came dressed in a similar color blocking as the “Bred Toe” colorway featuring Sail on the side panels, Court Purple on the toe, heel, tongue label, and outsole completed with Black leather overlays. 2020’s pair features a White base upper with Court Purple overlays and rubber outsole completed with Black detailing throughout. Comparing both “Court Purple” Air Jordan 1s, which would you say was the better release? Let us know by casting your vote below. Air Jordan 1 Court Purple 2018 Air Jordan 1 Court Purple 2020
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