At one point in time, Michael Jordan's first signature silhouette was banned from being worn in the NBA and now three decades later, there are more colorways of the coveted sneaker than any casual sneaker fan could keep up with and professional basketball players around the league have the freedom to wear whatever suitable performance sneaker they choose. Now, it looks like Jordan Brand has yet another black toe Air Jordan I in the works dropping at the top of next of month for the sneaker community to indulge in.

The 'Clay Green' Air Jordan I High OG features a 'Summit White' tumbled leather base and perforated toebox while black leather overlays hit the ankle collar, lacing eyelets, and forefoot mudguard. The suede 'Clay Green' portion of the sneaker provides the silhouette with a luxe aesthetic as it hits the heel and ankle collar panels, Nike Swoosh, and rubber outsole of the kicks.

The well-balanced Air Jordan I High OG 'Clay Green' is set to drop on May 1st for a retail price tag of $160 at select Jordan Brand retailers and online at Nike.com. With that said, let us know if these joints are cop worthy in the comment section below.

Source: sneakerbardetroit.com