This hyped sneaker release dropped in an iconic UNC-inspired colorway. The Air Jordan 1 High OG “University Blue” release date is March 6th, for a retail price of $170. Stay tuned as we dive in for all the details!

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Before we take a detailed look at this OG Jordan 1 High, Let me walk you through some history!

Air Jordan 1 high oG: History

Air Jordan 1 High OG University Blue Price And Resale 1

“University Blue” is not just a college-color program-inspired colorway. It’s a tribute to the University of North Carolina that Michael Jordan attended from 1981–1984.

The same university he graduated from before he was the third overall pick for the 1984 NBA drafts. He was picked by the Chicago Bulls and went on to make history and achieve a status that few would ever emulate.

Michael Jordan’s admiration for his alma mater is shown through his sneakers, dating back to 1985 with the Jordan 1 UNC. In recent years, there have been various UNC-inspired colorways, such as the Jordan 1 High UNC (2019).

These sneakers have been very profitable on reseller’s markets, so to estimate resale for the latest rendition, “University Blue”, let’s head on over to StockX.

Air Jordan 1 High Obsidian UNC

Air Jordan 1 High Obsidian UNC
Air Jordan 1 High Obsidian UNC 360

Retail Price: $160

Peak Resell: $860

Release Date: 08/31/2019


Also inspired by the University of North Carolina and reminiscent of the Jordan 1 High Patent, these sneakers are treated to an all-leather construction.

Sail underlays cover the side panels and perforated toe boxes, while light blue covers the collars and rear panels. Black leather provides contrast on the toes and eye stays while also matching the black laces.

Sail midsoles and black outsoles complete the look.

On StockX, they’re currently reselling for an average price of $450 (gross profits of $290). The Air Jordan 1 High OG University Blue will likely have a similar resale value.

Air Jordan 1 High OG University Blue

Air Jordan 1 High OG University Blue
Air Jordan 1 High OG University Blue quarter view

Retail Price: $170

Average Resale: $450

Release Date: March 6, 2021


Nike yet again pays tribute to UNC with this Jordan 1 High.

This time around, the leather upper is shrouded in more of the aforementioned university’s signature light-blue color tone.

Clean white leather covers the side panels and perforated toe boxes, while university blue covers the toe region, eye stays, and rear panels.

Black laces provide contrast to the white throats that lead up to a pair of white tongues with blue Nike branding. White midsoles and light blue outsoles finish off the look.

How To Buy

You can buy these sneakers at select retailers and Nike SNKRS on March 6th in full family sizing. The retail price per pair is set at $170 for adults.

To buy them today for resale prices, visit StockX.

Resale Value

These sneakers sold out instantly and are currently selling for very high resale values on StockX.

The average selling price is $450, but these AJ1s have even been sold for as much as $1,200. Thus, according to our Hype Meter, I give these sneakers a “Hype”

Where to Buy

  • (Retail) Nike SNKRS
  • (Resale) StockX


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Mohammad Yousaf

Mohammad Yousaf

As a business student, Mohammad was thoroughly impressed with where the secondary market was heading for sneakers. He quickly realized that what used to be considered as a side hustle, was now the main income stream for many. He has studied the game ever since.


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