There are many Jordan sneakers out there, most of which are OG colorways that people forget about as soon as they’re released. Some, however, stay embedded and enshrined in the memories of fans, such might be the case with the Bloodline 2.0 Jordan 1.

Stay tuned as we take a closer look and see how much they’ll probably resell for!

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Before we see how profitable these kicks are on the secondary market, let me walk you through a bit of history.

Bloodline 2.0 Jordan 1 | Background

air jordan 1 high og bloodline 2.0 eukicks
Air Jordan 1 High Bloodline 1.0 in front of the original advert via EUKICKS

The Air Jordan 1 dropped in 1985 and was designed specifically for the man himself, Michael Jordan.

The consensus catalyst for sneaker culture, the AJ1, is still probably one of the most sought-after sneakers to date, almost always selling out whenever a new colorway releases.

These kicks are also profitable on the secondary market with retro colorways selling out multiple times their resale prices.

The Bloodline 2.0 Jordan 1 pays tribute to the Chicago Bulls and nods at the advert from back in the ‘80s.

This Jordan Brand advert starts off with MJ kicking the ball to his hands and dribbling across the court in his Chicago Air Jordan 1s then jumping towards the hoop in slow motion, creating his signature ‘Jump-Man’ pose that’s embossed onto every Air Jordan 1.

Air Jordan 1 Who Said Man Man Was Not Meant To Fly
Air Jordan 1 High Bloodline 1.0 Toe Box Hover View Via Sneaker Freaker

The advert closes with Jordan Brand’s logo and the narrator saying “Who says man was not meant to fly”.

The Air Jordan 1 Bloodline was released back in 2019 and the 2.0 variant is yet to be given a release date.

Before we see how profitable these sneakers are, let’s take a closer look!

Bloodline 2.0 Jordan 1 | A Closer Look

  • Retail Price: $170
  • Estimated Resell: $300+
  • Release Date: N/A
  • Colorway: N/A
  • Style Code: 555088-129
Bloodline 2.0 Jordan 1 High
Bloodline 2.0 Jordan 1 High Quarter View

Originally expected to drop in the Summer of 2020, the Bloodline 2.0 Jordan 1 never did see daylight nor any official images as of yet.

These sneakers are expected to feature a flipped version of the regular Air Jordan 1 High Bloodline with white leather underlays and blazing red overlays on the toes, eye stays, heel overlays, and on the collars.

Side panels are expected to have red outlined black leather Swooshes while white midsoles, white throats, and black outsoles complete the design. A typical ‘Chicago’ colorway.

Estimated Resell Value

These haven’t yet been seen in the wild and that’s why there’s no data available on the secondary market either.

The Bloodline 1.0 is currently reselling for north of $300 and al

Fake vs Real

KLEKT Real vs Fake Air Jordan 1 Chicago Wings Logo
Real vs Fake Jordan Wings Logo

There are quite a lot of fakes of the Bloodline 1.0 and there will most likely be fakes of the Bloodline 2.0 as well. Here’s how to spot them:

  • The hue of the red on the sneaker. Fakes usually get the red wrong so be on the look out and compare with an original pair.
  • An hour glass shape from the rear view (like with any other Air Jordan 1 High).
  • Equidistant stitching on the on the upper, especially on the Swooshes.
  • Check the letters on the branding as they should come in a thinner font than on fakes.
  • The “R” and “D” on the “Jordan” branding should be connected. This has been fixed by most fake manufacturers but it still happens quite frequently.


  • Bloodline 2.0 Jordan 1
  • Retail Price: $170
  • Estimated Resell: $300+
  • Release Date: N/A
  • Colorway: N/A
  • Style Code: 555088-129

Where To Buy

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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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