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Air Jordan 1 Low SE 'Sherpa Fleece'
64,-128,-

Air Jordan 1 Low SE 'Sherpa Fleece'

3 suppliers
Jordan Jordan 1 Low Alt (Td)
50,-

Jordan Jordan 1 Low Alt (Td)

1 supplier
Air Jordan 1 Low GS 'Triple White'
82,-94,-

Air Jordan 1 Low GS 'Triple White'

2 suppliers
Air Jordan 1 Mid GS 'Triple White'
100,-

Air Jordan 1 Mid GS 'Triple White'

2 suppliers
Jordan Flight Club '91
60,-

Jordan Flight Club '91

1 supplier
Air Jordan 1 Mid
100,-

Air Jordan 1 Mid

2 suppliers
Air Jordan 1 Elevate Low WMNS 'White Onyx'
130,-

Air Jordan 1 Elevate Low WMNS 'White Onyx'

1 supplier
Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Triple Black'
140,-

Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Triple Black'

1 supplier
Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Triple White'
140,-

Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Triple White'

1 supplier
Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Snakeskin'
129,-140,-

Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Snakeskin'

4 suppliers
Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Grey Green'
135,-

Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Grey Green'

1 supplier
Air Jordan 1 KO 'Chicago'
140,-

Air Jordan 1 KO 'Chicago'

1 supplier
Air Jordan 1 Mid SE 'Union Black Toe'
NaN

Air Jordan 1 Mid SE 'Union Black Toe'

Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Elephant Print'
130,-140,-

Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Elephant Print'

4 suppliers
Air Jordan 1 Mid SE 'Chile Red' - Barcelona Sweater
82,-140,-

Air Jordan 1 Mid SE 'Chile Red' - Barcelona Sweater

1 supplier
Jordan JORDAN 11 CMFT LOW (TD)
55,-

Jordan JORDAN 11 CMFT LOW (TD)

1 supplier
Jordan 1 Sky Jordan
55,-

Jordan 1 Sky Jordan

1 supplier
Jordan Zion 1 (GS)
85,-

Jordan Zion 1 (GS)

1 supplier
Jordan 1 Wiegbootie
43,-

Jordan 1 Wiegbootie

1 supplier
Jordan 11 CMFT Low
40,-

Jordan 11 CMFT Low

1 supplier
Jordan Jordan Zion 1 (Ps)
46,-65,-

Jordan Jordan Zion 1 (Ps)

1 supplier
Jordan Zion 1 (Td)
35,-50,-

Jordan Zion 1 (Td)

1 supplier
Air Jordan 1 Crib Bootie 'Bred Patent'
40,-

Air Jordan 1 Crib Bootie 'Bred Patent'

2 suppliers
Jordan 1 Low Alt
50,-

Jordan 1 Low Alt

2 suppliers
Jordan Air Jordan Zion 1 (GS)
60,-85,-

Jordan Air Jordan Zion 1 (GS)

1 supplier
Air Jordan 1 Low
110,-

Air Jordan 1 Low

1 supplier
Jordan 1 Low Alt
44,-55,-

Jordan 1 Low Alt

2 suppliers
Jordan 1 Mid
47,-60,-

Jordan 1 Mid

2 suppliers
Jordan 1 Low Alt Kleuter
70,-

Jordan 1 Low Alt Kleuter

1 supplier
Jordan Aj1 Mid Se
44,-

Jordan Aj1 Mid Se

1 supplier
Jordan 1 Mid
55,-

Jordan 1 Mid

1 supplier
Air Jordan 1 Low
120,-

Air Jordan 1 Low

1 supplier
Sky Jordan 1
75,-

Sky Jordan 1

1 supplier
Jordan 1 Crib
40,-

Jordan 1 Crib

1 supplier
Sky Jordan 1
55,-

Sky Jordan 1

3 suppliers
Jordan 1 Low White Light Bordeuax (GS)
95,-

Jordan 1 Low White Light Bordeuax (GS)

1 supplier
Air Jordan 11 CMFT LOW (GS)
50,-95,-

Air Jordan 11 CMFT LOW (GS)

1 supplier
Jordan Jordan Flightclub 91
58,-

Jordan Jordan Flightclub 91

1 supplier
Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low
60,-95,-

Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low

4 suppliers
Jordan 11 Comfort Low
41,-47,-

Jordan 11 Comfort Low

1 supplier
Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low
74,-95,-

Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low

3 suppliers
Jordan 11 Cmft Low
76,-

Jordan 11 Cmft Low

1 supplier
Jordan 1 Low Alt
44,-55,-

Jordan 1 Low Alt

2 suppliers
Jordan 1 Low Alt
50,-

Jordan 1 Low Alt

1 supplier
Jordan 1 Sky
44,-

Jordan 1 Sky

1 supplier
Jordan Jordan 11 Comfort Low
53,-65,-

Jordan Jordan 11 Comfort Low

2 suppliers
Jordan Jordan 1 Mid (TD)
55,-

Jordan Jordan 1 Mid (TD)

2 suppliers
Jordan Aj1 Mid Se
58,-

Jordan Aj1 Mid Se

1 supplier

The Air Jordan 1

Michael Jordan’s rookie NBA year not only earned him a position on the Chicago Bulls, but also landed him an endorsement contract with Nike. Unsure of moving his loyalties from Converse (as the Chuck Taylor was Jordan’s favourite sneaker to play in during college) to Nike, Jordan would need to be convinced … and in 1985 the creation of the Air Jordan 1 blew all his concerns out of the water.

Who designed the Air Jordan 1?

It was Nike’s former Creative Designer, Peter C. Moore, who designed Michael Jordan’s first sneaker. Jordan had complained of Nike’s thick soles and that he couldn’t feel the court through them, so this was one of the first changes made. The Air Jordan 1, or just the ‘Air Jordan’ as it was then known, also debuted many of Nike’s signature features. These included a compressed air pocket in the heel, an overlay on the toe and additional ankle support. Its logo, the wings on the side of the shoe, set a high bar for future designs to follow.

Ironically, Jordan hated the design at first, saying it would make him look like ‘a clown’, but luckily he quickly warmed to it and so did sneaker fans.

Why was the Air Jordan 1 banned?

The story goes that on 18 October 1984, Jordan wore a red and black Air Jordan 1 colorway on the court, but this broke several rules (shoes needed to match those of teammates and contain 51% white) and so the sneaker was banned from play. Nike jumped on the controversy and an ad campaign for the Air Jordan 1 ‘Banned’ colorway was soon in full swing, launching the model into the spotlight and changing the sneaker world forever.

But in fact, the sneakers that Jordan wore on the court that day were the Air Jordan 1’s predecessor, the Nike Air Ship, which had a strikingly similar silhouette to the AJ1.

When did the Air Jordan 1 come out?

The Air Jordan 1 made its actual debut in the basketball world in 1985 and became a trailblazer for many more to follow. Thirteen colorways were released in its first appearance, including the famous ‘Banned’, and the ‘Chicago’, ‘Royal’, ‘Black Toe’ and ‘Carolina Blue’.

Though eventually overshadowed by later models, especially the Air Jordan 3, the AJ1 still enjoyed relative popularity among the skater scene as both hype and prices went down for the model. It stayed this way for over two decades, until suddenly in 2007, the drop of a pack called ‘Old Love, New Love’ saw the turn of the tide that the AJ1 model needed.

The ‘Old Love’ half of the pair of releases was a retro of the original ‘Black Toe’ colorway, but it was the ‘New Love’ pair with its completely new black and yellow look that paved the way for the deluge of new colorways. Very few new additions had been made to the model’s colour history since its launch, but now the silhouette was open to all kinds of changes. Tweaks were made to the design that mirrored trending styles, such as additional straps and more padding.

In the late 2010s collaborations on the AJ1 with Fragment Design and Virgil Abloh of Off-White regained the model huge attention in the sneaker scene, and more colorways followed such as the Shattered Backboards that proved incredibly popular. And now, over 35 years since the model was first seen, the Air Jordan 1 remains one of the most popular and influential sneaker silhouettes of all time.

How much do Air Jordan 1s retail for?

Upon release, Air Jordan 1 lows retail between €110-130, mids between €130-150 and highs around €170.

Do Air Jordan 1s run true to size?

Generally, Air Jordan 1s fit true to size. The sneaker can feel snug initially as the upper is made from leather.