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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


Jordan 1 Reviews

TEDxPortland Air Jordan 1 HI OG “Perfect”

I will never get my hands on this pair of Jordan 1’s, and I’m okay with that. These TEDxPortland Jordan 1 HI OG’s are just beautiful to look at like a piece of fine art. These Jordan 1’s are on auction to support the TEDxPortland scholarship fund to allow 200 individuals access to the PERFECT TEDxPortland event. This collaboration with

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Carmine” – Release Date

The Carmine 6’s will soon receive a welcomed return. The Air Jordan 1 is going to release in Carmine colors, but lets see how big of a welcome these will get. As you can see by the images below, the majority of the upper is Carmine Red, and the side panels are dressed in white leather. The name “Carmine” will

First Look: Air Jordan 1 Retro OG High “Carmine”

Inspired by the Air Jordan 6 Carmine, this Air Jordan 1 OG High takes it’s design cues from the icon, with a predominant white overlay on top of a red base kind of like a reverse Chicago. These are slated to release the same day as the Carmines in May of this year. Let us know your thoughts in the

Nike SB X Air Jordan 1

Nike SB and Jordan collaborate on the Jordan I, the shoe that revolutionized innovation in skate footwear.

Air Jordan I (1) Retro ‘Black Toe’ – May 2013

Most of you might already know about the insane Retro lineup we have for 2013. Classics such as the White/ Black- Fire Red Air Jordan V’s, Black/ Red Air Jordan XIII’s along with a ton of others. The other sneaker blogs pretty much covered all of next years releases already but one I was happy to see – that I