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Air Jordan I (1)

Designed by Peter Moore, the shoe was initially banned by David Stern because they "didn't have enough white" in them.  MJ wore them anyway (Nike was happy to pay the fine) and the rest is history.  Initially retroed in 1994 to celebrate it's 10 Year Anniversary, they sold very poorly and went to clearance racks in most stores that carried them.  

Fast forward to 2001 which is the next time Nike re-released them, and it was a very different story.  Released in more colorways over any other shoe in the Air Jordan Catalog, there have been some great "new" colorways created for this iconic model like the "Levi's" and the "Doernbecher".  The mysterious "AJKO" has even seen a re-release and has been well received.  2012 marked the return of NIKE AIR branding to the shoes, and we saw the classic "Royals" return.  In 2013, the "Black Toes" also makes a return with Nike Air branding.

Air Jordan I (1)

Designed by Peter Moore, the shoe was initially banned by David Stern because they "didn't have enough white" in them.  MJ wore them anyway (Nike was happy to pay the fine) and the rest is history.  Initially retroed in 1994 to celebrate it's 10 Year Anniversary, they sold very poorly and went to clearance racks in most stores that carried them.  

Fast forward to 2001 which is the next time Nike re-released them, and it was a very different story.  Released in more colorways over any other shoe in the Air Jordan Catalog, there have been some great "new" colorways created for this iconic model like the "Levi's" and the "Doernbecher".  The mysterious "AJKO" has even seen a re-release and has been well received.  2012 marked the return of NIKE AIR branding to the shoes, and we saw the classic "Royals" return.  In 2013, the "Black Toes" also makes a return with Nike Air branding.