Boys' Grade School Air Jordan Retro I Basketball Shoes
The world changed in 1985, with the release of Michael Jordan's first signature shoe from Nike. What began then, as the shoes that could make you fly, has changed the sneaker business among other things forever. The Air Jordan 1 was the first shoe to be worn in the NBA with multiple colors. Since the introduction of the Air Jordan 1 we have seen a number of color ways and commemorative options of this shoe.
While the very first Air Jordan 1 was banned by the NBA for its failure to conform to the NBA dress code due to its predominance of red color, the NBA has since changed its rules and marketing has entered a new era all with introduction of an Iconic player and his iconic shoe. Now over 25 years later we are still hoping to get our hands on this shoe. Although, all the hype may not be the same, this shoe is.