#JordanFridays

February

Dub Zero Laser QS

February

Girls' Dub Zero

March

Retro 7 30th Anniversary

March

Girls Retro 7

March

Men's Retro 20

The history of Jordan

When Michael Jordan got drafted for the Chicago Bulls and signed with Nike back in 1984, basketball and sneaker culture would never be the same. From that original Air Jordan 1 to today's retro Jordans and performance models from the likes of Carmelo Anthony, Blake Griffin, and Russell Westbrook, Jordan shoes (and master designer, Tinker Hatfield) have changed sneaker, sports, and pop culture in a way that no other signature basketball sneaker line has or probably will. It might be safe to say that Js are here to stay.