If you want to dig deep into the legacy of Air Jordan 1, the Air Jordan 1 Top 3 is a sneaker that can suit you. It actually resembles Nike’s theme “What The” from the combination of various Air Jordan 1 colorways. This is one special sneaker as it combines previous releases like the “Banned,” “Royal,” and “Chicago” colorways. Another special thing about it is it uses the number 3 because Michael Jordan was picked third overall by the Chicago Bulls in the 1984 NBA Draft. As such, if you are presently on the lookout for a sneaker with wonderful combination of these colorways, you must check out the following facts:
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Checking out Jordan release dates? If you are, then make sure to check out the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Black Toe” which is set for release on the 5th of November this year.
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Definitely something you’d want to look up today is the Air Jordan 1 NS. What makes this special? Aside from the fact that it doesn’t have the “Swoosh”, this silhouette is bathed in metallic silver coloring. Know completely as the Air Jordan 1 Pinnacle “Metallic Silver”, these kicks aren’t the kind you can wear without attracting attention. In fact, from the looks of things, they’re made specifically to grab attention.
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News about Jordan release dates 2016 become more exciting these days as the brand announces the release date for Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Reverse Shattered Backboard”.
Just as the term implies, the new Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG is the reverse version of the famous “Shattered Backboard”. This fresh out of the collection follows the same motif as “Chicago” but having the same Shattered Backboard colorway.
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It was banned but it is certainly back! Like the unstoppable MJ, nothing could stop his first signature shoes from bouncing back in the game with Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Bred out in stores just for you. That means you can get a share of that controversial Jordan shoes, too. And, it costs way less than $5000 fine paid by Nike for each game whenever the veteran basketball player would slip into those shoes for violation of uniform rules. Learn more about this interesting pair of kicks as we reveal some cool feats.
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If you are looking to find the best gift for your best friend who happens to be a basketball enthusiast, you may want to check out Air Jordan 1 KO High OG. Trust me, you can never go wrong with this pair of sneakers that is not only classy and comfy but also budget friendly. Let me convince you with some of its coolest features.
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Part of this year’s Yin Yang Package, the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG 555088-102 is one half of this black and white ensemble. If you have seen a Yin-Yang symbol, you are probably aware of what it signifies: balance and harmony. Showing two sides of the color extremes, the ‘102 model features the Black/White-Black colorway.
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The Yin Yang design is essentially a balance of black and white – a fairly popular icon in today’s culture. Air Jordan decides to adopt this simple symbol of harmony in their latest Yin and Yang package, releasing two kicks that are essentially mirror images of each other.
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