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

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Jordan 1 Reviews

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

Air Jordan 1 High Pollen

Air Jordan 1 High Pollen Review

The Air Jordan 1 High Pollen is one of the best AJ 1 releases of the year so far. The color blocking is true to the OG, but Jordan Brand used some nice yellow panels to complete the look. Besides the colorway, the materials themselves shine as they are of a nicer quality than most. We’d go as far as

Air Jordan 1 High Seafoam

Air Jordan 1 High Seafoam Review

The Air Jordan 1 High Seafoam is a nice colorway for all the lady sneakerheads out there – and for anyone else who can make the sizing work. The color blocking is OG-esque and that’s good enough for us. The real bread winner here, though, are the materials. You have to see how these wrinkle and crease in hand and

Air Jordan 1 High Electro Orange

Air Jordan 1 High Electro Orange Review

The Air Jordan 1 High Electro Orange is not completely sure what it really is. It could be a follow up to the bright orange Air Jordan 1 Mids they did. It could be just a new colorway all over. Or it could be the Shattered Backboard 4.0. No one’s really sure, including Jordan Brand. However, these are still an

Air Jordan 1 Low OG Natural Grey

Air Jordan 1 Low OG Neutral Grey Review

The Air Jordan 1 Low OG Neutral Grey is back for the first time since its original release in 1985. Yep, it’s been that long. There’s an okay amount of hype around the shoe, though nothing like its higher cut brother…but we sincerely hope that most pairs aren’t like the ones we got. With such an iconic silhouette, it should

Air Jordan 1 High Light Fusion Red

Air Jordan 1 High Light Fusion Red Review

The Air Jordan 1 High Light Fusion Red is an interesting one to say the least. Some people associate this with a certain fast food chain, but neither Jordan Brand nor SNKRS has confirmed any collaborations. But the leather, though. That alone may have made these worth your money. Whatever the case may be, this might be one of those

Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT Stadium Green

Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT Stadium Green Review

The Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT Stadium Green is a new iteration of a true classic. It looks like an Air Jordan 1, which originally released in 1985, but its tech and materials shout 21st century. If you like Michael Jordan’s first shoe, but don’t feel that they’re comfortable enough for you, then these might be the shoe you want.

Air Jordan 1 High Metallic Purple 2021

Air Jordan 1 High Metallic Purple 2021 Review

The Air Jordan 1 High Metallic Purple 2021 is back for the first time since 2016. That version wasn’t beloved by OG sneakerheads, so Jordan Brand is bringing them back five years later. With a more-than-nice leather upper and a familiar shape, these definitely have higher chances of satisfying people and their Air Jordan 1 cravings. Well, mostly the ladies,

Air Jordan 1 High 85 Neutral Grey

Air Jordan 1 High 85 Neutral Grey Review

The Air Jordan 1 High 85 Neutral Grey was released earlier this year, but the difficulty of copping got to us. Better late than never, right? These came back for the first time, in all their remastered glory, since 1994. Make no mistake. These aren’t just another pair of Air Jordan 1 Highs. This is probably as close to the

Air Jordan 1 Shadow 2.0

Air Jordan 1 Shadow 2.0 Review

The Air Jordan 1 Shadow 2.0 is the second iteration of what was supposed to be an OG colorway. In 1985, there were rumors going around about a sample of this shoe. Thanks to a friend of ours on Instagram, it’s confirmed the samples did exist, though they never released. Now it’s 36 years later and we get a remastered

Air Jordan 1 High OG Patina

Air Jordan 1 High OG Patina Review

The Air Jordan 1 High OG Patina, also known as Light Army, and originally slated for a March release, is still coming in spring 2021. Pandemic-related logistics delays are wrecking havoc on release dates for all brands and the Light Army AJ 1 is one of the many shoes affected. We’re not really sure when these will actually release but figured

air jordan 1 flyease

Air Jordan 1 Flyease

The Air Jordan 1 Flyease uses Nike Flyease technology to allow differently-abled wearers to put on the shoes without needing two hands. It’s a really great concept to help make fantastic Jordan 1 colorways available to everyone, even if they can’t tie laces.

Air Jordan 1 Zoom Comfort

Air Jordan 1 Zoom Comfort

The Air Jordan 1 Zoom Comfort is a new version of the Air Jordan 1 focused on, you guessed it, comfort. The extra comfort is achieved by incorporating extra cushioning tech and more plush foam padding on the collar and tongue.

air jordan 1 og high co.jp midnight navy 2020

Air Jordan 1 OG High CO JP Midnight Navy 2020

The Air Jordan 1 OG High CO JP Midnight Navy 2020 is a rerelease of a popular 2001 Japan exclusive. How are the materials and build quality of this retro? As always, Chris gives his unfiltered thoughts on everything from the box to the smallest details on the shoe. Watch the video above and enjoy the show.

Air Jordan 1 SoleSavy

Air Jordan 1 SoleSavy Custom

The creation of the Air Jordan 1 SoleSavy is completely community-led project. SoleSavy members designed an excellent quality Jordan 1 inspired by their all time favorite shoes.

Jordan 1 Smoke Grey

Air Jordan 1 Smoke Grey

The Air Jordan 1 Smoke Grey releases on July 11th, 2020 at Nike and retailers worldwide. Chris has a pair in hand for a detailed look and review. Watch the video for help deciding whether you should purchase this new Jordan 1 colorway. Before he gets into whether or not you should buy it, Chris takes issue with the way