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Air Jordan 1 High Air

The history of the Air Jordan 1 High

On September 15, 1985, Nike dropped the Air Jordan 1 High. Michael Jordan, a rookie in the NBA at the time, wore them on court for the first time during a game against the New York Knicks. The sneaker caught fire after that, and Jordan was fined for wearing them (they broke an NBA league uniform policy). In their first year of release, Nike sold approximately 125,000 pairs of Air Jordans—which is impressive considering they were $65 each (that's about $150 in today's money).

The Chicago Bulls won the 1985–86 Championship season with a record of 67-15. MJ averaged 37 points per game that season and won his first ever regular season MVP award. He was also named Rookie of the Year. This was all while wearing Air Jordan 1s—the sneakers that started it all and inspired Nike to create an entire collection around His Airness.

The characteristics of the Air Jordan 1 High

Let's look at the Air Jordan 1 High.

This is a high-top sneaker with a silhouette reminiscent of the original 1985 Nike Air Jordan 1 shoe. It features a combination of leather, suede and textile uppers in blue, yellow and white tones. It has a white midsole and an icy blue outsole for traction, plus cushioning for better comfort. The price point is $160, and it's available in sizes 7-12.5 for men. There are also grade school sizes available (4-7), so your kids can match you! The shoe was released on March 6th 2021 at 10 AM EST and sold out in under 10 minutes—good thing it's still available at our store! It also comes in other colorways like black/red and olive/orange which have previously been released this year, along with new releases coming soon such as grey/green later this month (April 2021).

The Air Jordan 1 High collaborations

The iconic white, black and red Air Jordan 1 High OG “Air” was the first Air Jordan sneaker to be released in 1985. It was designed by Peter Moore, who had previously worked with Nike on the Air Force 1 and Dunk designs. In 1984 he was approached by Bruce Kilgore to design a new basketball shoe for Michael Jordan. Kilgore wanted a high-top version of the Nike Terminator model sneaker that he’d been designing for some time now, but Moore convinced him to start from scratch instead. He envisioned a shoe inspired by the women’s high heel market, with transparent panels and laces that could be adjusted for comfort. This idea appealed to Kilgore, so they started working together on what would eventually become the Jordan 1.

The Nike Air Jordan 1 High OG “Air” is a pair of retro sneakers from the Nike Air Jordan 1 line.

The Nike Air Jordan 1 High OG “Air” is a pair of retro sneakers from the Nike Air Jordan 1 line. It is a basketball shoe that is inspired by the Air Jordan 1, a classic sneaker that was originally released in 1985. The Nike Air Jordan 1 High OG “Air” features an upper made of leather and a rubber sole, with an ankle strap and perforated detailing on the heel. This sneaker also has a padded tongue and collar for comfort, as well as laces to tie up your foot. The most unique aspect of this sneaker are its different colorways, which add plenty of variety to any sneaker collection. It comes in black/silver, white/golden beige-black-dark obsidian blue-university red (also known as "Varsity Red"), red/white-black-cyber green (also known as "Legion Green"), metallic gold/red-white (also known as "Metallic Gold"), black/tan brown orange peel yellowish tan light brown greyish brown dark olive green almond bark greyish olive drab yellowish olive drab blue green (also known as "Blue Lagoon"), white/blue royal royal blue navy blue royal purple dark fuchsia pink magenta violet (also known as "Royal Blue"). There are four color options available: Black White Gold Metallic Gold Red White Legion Green Blue Lagoon Royal Purple Varsity Red

This sneaker is available in a classic black and silver colorway, but with a twist.

This sneaker is available in a classic black and silver colorway, but with a twist. The Nike swoosh and heel tab are both made of leather, while the stitching on the upper is white and the sole has a silver Nike swoosh. The midsole is made of foam with a visible air unit inside.

The Air Jordan line was first introduced by Nike in 1985, but it wasn’t until 1987 that they would release their most famous shoe: the Air Jordan 1. This sneaker has many variants, including an all-leather “Royal” version for those who like clean styles without any frills (or soles).

The most unique aspect of this sneaker are its different colorways, which add plenty of variety to any sneaker collection.

The Air Jordan 1 High OG “Air” is a great sneaker to keep in your closet.

When people think of the Air Jordan 1 High, they probably think of the classic black and silver colorway, one of the most beloved sneakers in history. After all, if it's good enough for Michael Jordan to wear on court, it's good enough for anyone!

But this iconic sneaker comes in many different colorways: red and white with a hint of blue (perfect for Chicago Bulls fans!), black and white with an eye-catching skull pattern, burgundy and black...the combinations are endless. So whether you're looking for something to complete your casual outfit or just want to add another unique item to your sneaker collection, consider giving the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Air” a try!