In 1985 Nike, created the Air Jordan I. The “Anti-Gravity Machines.” A shoe dubbed “so revolutionary the NBA threw them out of the game.”
Now, thirty-one years later, the original Air Jordan I returns alongside the “Anti-Gravity Machines” of 2016, the Air Jordan XXI.
Air Jordan I Retro OG ‘Banned’
With its striking black and red color palette, the Air Jordan I, created a look so sharp in contrast to other basketball shoes it would eventually give birth to what we now know as sneaker culture. A must have since its inception, the Air Jordan I returns remastered in the ‘Banned’ colorway the NBA would never allow on court.
Air Jordan XXI ‘Banned’
Keeping the defiant spirit of the original, the Air Jordan XXI uses Jordan Brand’s latest technological innovations, and combines them with the “pure, minimal.. raw” look of the Air Jordan 1. Built for takeoff, the Air Jordan XXI features heel and forefoot Zoom Air units anchored by FlightSpeed technology. A Flyweave upper creates flexibility in the forefoot, while synthetic leather adds stability to the ankle and heel. “Who says man was not meant to fly?”
Available in store at Xhibition 9/3. Follow us on Instagram for release procedure.