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Posted by: jidan95
Date: September 16, 2018 10:56PM

Seven years after Nike Kobe For Sale tested the waters with their initial Air Jordan 1 Retro, the retro movement officially began in 2001. Jordan Brand dug back into their vault of original Air Jordan 1 colorways to bring back the Air Jordan 1 Hi “Royal.” A special colorway back in 1985, the “Royal” 1s were even more significant in 2001 as they helped signal the true beginning of the retro trend that will never end.

Having achieved true icon status back in 1985, the Nike Zoom KD 9 For Sale added to it’s legend in 2011 with the release of the “Banned” Air Jordan 1. In one of the more interesting releases in the history of the sneakers, the “Banned” Air Jordan 1 was scrapped from a true retail release and was instead released at a select group of Nike outlet factory stores. The sneaker kept the look and feel of the OG with an added “X” on the heel to signify the sneaker’s banning from the NBA in 1985.

Two years after Nike Zoom KD 10 For Sale opened the floodgates to the retro movement, the brand began to tinker with the classic look of the Air Jordan 1. In an effort to bring more energy to the tried and true silhouette, Jordan Brand knocked off a couple inches from the top of the sneaker to create a more mid cut while also infusing patent leather onto the upper. The colorways stayed true to the OGs for the most part with “Chicago”, “UNC”, and “Black/Gold” renditions hitting the market.

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