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Air Jordan 1

The Air Jordan 1 is the sneaker that started it all. Designed by Peter Moore, the Jordan 1 first released back at the end of March of 1985 with an original price of only $64.99.

The Jordan 1 isn’t exactly a performance model nowadays, but, they feature some of the best on-court traction ever.

The Jordan 1 has released in a myriad of different colorways and there are High, Mid, and Low versions of the shoe. The Jordan 1 was one of the first models to be retro-ed back in 1994 and was the first model to get the pro-tro treatment from Nike

AVERAGE RETAIL PRICE: $170

Jordan 1 Reviews

Handmade Air Jordan 1

Handmade Air Jordan 1 Review

This Handmade Air Jordan 1 from Vibe Remake Lab is better than any Jordan Brand release other than those from 1985. It’s almost unbelievable. Price: $600 The Air Jordan 1 has been around since 1985 and we haven’t seen a one-for-one retro since. Some unauthorized sources do it better than Jordan Brand and this Handmade Air Jordan 1 is living
Air Jordan 1 High OG Newstalgia

Air Jordan 1 High OG Newstalgia Review

The Air Jordan 1 High OG Newstalgia didn’t sell out, which is surprising considering its materials and similarity to a previous more hyped release. Colorway: Light Iron Ore/Varsity Red/Sail Release Date: July 23, 2022 Price: $170 The Air Jordan 1 High OG Newstalgia is a women’s release available to men if they go up one and a half sizes. The
Air Jordan 1 Low OG Bleached Coral

Air Jordan 1 Low OG Bleached Coral Review

The Air Jordan 1 Low OG Bleached Coral isn’t true to its name. The front half looks generic, while the back half looks like the original release. It’s a mixed bag. Colorway: Black/Bleached Coral-White Release Date: June 17, 2022 Price: $130 We recently reviewed the Air Jordan 1 High Stage Haze, and those had bleached coral in the colorway name
Air Jordan 1 High Stage Haze

Air Jordan 1 High Stage Haze Review

The Air Jordan 1 High Stage Haze looks oddly familiar even though it’s a new colorway. Is Jordan Brand running out of ideas? Colorway: White/Black/Grey Fog/Bleached Coral Release Date: June 2022 Price: $170 We’ve been getting so many Air Jordan 1 releases lately. Every week, one or two drop and subsequently sell out. This week is no different. We get
Air Jordan 1 High Heritage

Air Jordan 1 High Heritage Review

The Air Jordan 1 High Heritage pays homage to the brand’s early years with a previously unreleased colorway. Or at least that’s what we think they’re trying to do. It could also be because it looks like the AJ 1 Retro High OG Chicago but with a twist. If you’re like us and you like the colorway, you’ll be happy
Air Jordan 1 High Rebellionaire

Air Jordan 1 High Rebellionaire Review

The Air Jordan 1 High Rebellionaire is an interesting shoe. And we’re not just talking about the shoe itself. Jordan Brand has decided to take a different route in regards to making these available in the market. If you want to cop a pair, you’ll have to look closer to home than you may think. Of course, there’s always a
Air Jordan 1 High 85 Georgetown

Air Jordan 1 High 85 Georgetown Review

The Air Jordan 1 High 85 Georgetown is one of those shoes that look like a sample, but has a minor difference. It’s still cool that the brand decided to pay tribute to that era. These came out beautifully. The quality, craftsmanship, and details are all on point. If you’re looking to spend on a great, classic sneaker this year,
Air Jordan 1 High Brotherhood

Air Jordan 1 High Brotherhood Review

The Air Jordan 1 High Brotherhood is a colorway that pays homage to something that not a lot of people know about: MJ’s fraternity. As for the shoe itself, without the history, we think it’s pretty clean. The color blocking will, of course, look and feel familiar to most sneakerheads. There’s not a lot of difference with these and other
Air Jordan 1 High OG Crafted

Air Jordan 1 High OG Crafted Review

The Air Jordan 1 High OG Crafted is an interesting Jordan release that we didn’t expect a lot of people would like or want a review of. But it’s clear from our DMs that people are interested. The colors are mismatching (blatantly so), but they also somehow fit together. The sneaker also feature a bunch of different materials, which all
air jordan 1 high og dark marina blue

Air Jordan 1 High OG Dark Marina Blue Review

The Air Jordan 1 High OG Dark Marina Blue has a familiar look to it, but it is a new colorway. We’re happy that Jordan Brand has been sticking to what works and just slightly tweaking things to keep everyone interested. Blue has also been a staple in the brand and its products so it’s nice to see another one
Air Jordan 1 High OG Patent Bred

Air Jordan 1 High OG Patent Bred Review

The Air Jordan 1 High OG Patent Bred is the newest rendition of possibly the greatest sneaker of all time. This particular version features an interesting build, though, and it may not be for everyone. There’s really nothing special or unique about these except for the material used on the upper and some extra goodies. We feel like this is
Air Jordan 1 Low Bred Toe

Air Jordan 1 Low Bred Toe Review

The Air Jordan 1 Low Bred Toe is pretty anticipated, though not as anticipated if these were a high top. People always seem to be less excited with the low top versions of iconic colorways, which can be a good thing for those who prefer lows. There really isn’t anything much to say for this shoe. It’s easily recognizable and
Air Jordan 1 Mid vs Air Jordan 1 Mid SE

Air Jordan 1 Mid vs Air Jordan 1 Mid SE

The Air Jordan 1 Mid & Mid SE have become a hot topic of discussion among the sneakerhead community especially since Jordan Brand has been releasing them left and right. Some people argue that these aren’t “real” Air Jordan 1’s and some say that it doesn’t matter as long as you like the shoe. In our video, we give you
Air Jordan 1 High OG Bordeaux

Air Jordan 1 High OG Bordeaux Review

The Air Jordan 1 High OG Bordeaux is yet another addition to the Bordeaux-colored family of Jordan Brand. Most recently, the Air Jordan 6 Bordeaux released and it looks like the brand is looking to add to that line up. It’s a clean colorway and can be a specific taste for some. We’re glad, however, that this time around, Jordan
Air Jordan 1 Centre Court Reflective

Air Jordan 1 Centre Court Reflective Review

The Air Jordan 1 Centre Court Reflective is definitely a very specific cup of tea. Our guess is that people are either going to really like these because they’re so out there or hate these for the same reason. The silhouette is clean and if you love reflective sneakers, it doesn’t get any more reflective than this. What’s better is
Air Jordan 1 High Prototype

Air Jordan 1 High Prototype Review

The Air Jordan 1 High Prototype is another one of those concepts that make you scratch your head a little bit. Apparently, Jordan Brand wants you to buy a shoe for a premium price, cut away the top portion of it and never be able to use that part ever again. So much for sustainability. Well, the good thing is
Air Jordan 1 High Travis Scott X Fragment

Air Jordan 1 High Travis Scott X Fragment Review

The Air Jordan 1 High Travis Scott X Fragment is one of the most beautiful shoes out there, for hypebeasts and even the OG sneakerheads who’ve been around long enough to know the colorway’s history. It is just absolutely sad and disheartening when we see resellers having an inordinate amount of a highly coveted sneakers and then us, regular folks,
Air Jordan 1 Brushstroke

Air Jordan 1 Brushstroke Review

The Air Jordan 1 Brushstroke is definitely an interesting new look on an absolute classic. These may be an acquired taste considering that a lot of the elements of a typical Air Jordan 1 are missing. The majority of the materials are different. The tongue isn’t nylon. And, of course, there will be those that would pass on this based
Air Jordan 1 Low OG Starfish

Air Jordan 1 Low OG Starfish Review

The Air Jordan 1 Low OG Starfish is basically the Shattered Backboard colorway made into a low top. Jordan Brand naming is all kinds of confusing these days. It’s not consistent among the releases either. This is called the OG, but a lot of the features, really important ones at that, are missing. So they’re not really true to the
Air Jordan 1 Low Travis Scott X Fragment

Air Jordan 1 Low Travis Scott X Fragment Review

The Air Jordan 1 Low Travis Scott X Fragment is one of the most hyped shoes this year, maybe even more hyped than its higher cut brother. These are so coveted that they can go for almost $2,000 a pair on the resell market. However, we have a different take on this. In here, a fake pair is compared with
McDowells Air Pro Sport

McDowells Air Pro Sport Review

The McDowells Air Pro Sport makes it obvious which iconic sneaker its trying to recreate. However, the brand just didn’t go for the generic OG High shape. McDowells chased the 1985 look and they got close. Like really close. We’re now at a point where bootlegs go for a $300 retail price. Not that long ago, they were made and