The classic streetball brand AND1 is back with a vengeance as it releases two brand new colorways of the Tai Chi.
The legendary streetball brand AND1 has brought back the Tai Chi for 2018 in the OG white/red colorway.
This isn’t your Walmart AND1. The OG’s are back in town.
Originally a ComplexCon exclusive, the AND1 Tai Chi has finally returned in the original White/Red colorway worn by Vince Carter in the 2000 NBA Dunk Contest.
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It was the winner of the 2000 NBA Slam Dunk Contest, Vince Carter, that made the then-unknown asymmetrical, bulky, and two-toned AND1 Tai Chi an iconic piece of footwear history.
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AND1 unleashed a classic from the vault.
A streetball classic has been resurrected, and it has back is its budget-friendly price point.
And1 is making a comeback and it plans on using the Stephon Marbury Mid as the platform — now dubbed the And1 Coney Island Classic.