Although it has only been four years since the last re-release of the Air Jordan 1 OG "Black/Royal," to nobody's surprise, the hype is extremely high for this year's release. Many factors play into this, including the history of this model, the limited nature of the 2013 release, and the expectation of higher quality construction. So what can you expect from this year's release compared to the 2013 model? We took a look to find the most notable differences, and here's what we found. The shade of blue (2013 has a slight purple hue), materials (2017 features textured/tumbled leather), tongue (2017 stays truer to the original with more padding/white lining), and height (2013 is a bit shorter) have all changed. Check out the pics for details, and look for this Air Jordan classic dropping soon.