At the time, it also featured in one of Nike’s most iconic advertising campaigns. Durch die weitere Nutzung unserer Seite willigen Sie in die Nutzung dieser Cookies ein. The collection which celebrates the annual Parisian basketball tournament was joined by a far more limited friends and family pack.
Don’t feel bad if you missed it, only 37 pairs got made in a construction so premium it makes sense that these were auctioned off to the highest bidder. In fact, it was the NBA that encouraged a more toned-down and boring sneaker. Not quite as hyped as its predecessor but this all-white rendition from Virgil Abloh still stands apart for its unconventional styling. A 51% rule stipulated that more than half of any shoe must feature white uppers. Other detailing includes that classic Gucci print to the Swoosh as well as the words “AIR DIOR” etched in place of the usual wings logo.Today it’s considered one of the world’s greatest sneakers and it’s hard to disagree looking back on these 25 incredible colourways!Get the latest releases, dates, news and your favourite brands on the Sole Supplier app.If it’s not an OG or a high-profile collaboration, it probably did get a showcase in this guide but there is an exception; the Air Jordan 1 High Shattered Backboard. The first ever collaboration from Nike and the denim brand came back in 2008. Fast forward more than three decades and the classic high-top is still just as relevant as ever. Fortunately, the NBA can’t stop you from wearing them.”
Now, an original pair from this time period will set you back as much as £25,000! The poster read, “On September 15th, Nike created a revolutionary new basketball shoe. This combination of the Retro High “Black Toe”, “Bred” and “Royal” made it an instant fan favourite.
Long before Virgil Abloh came another creative visionary that saw the potential in a Nike Air Jordan 1 collab.
All proceeds went to the Big Brothers Big Sisters Of America charity.Several Jordans were designed at the hands of Miami based sneaker store, Sole Fly. Kaufen und verkaufen Air Jordan 1 Schuhe zum besten Preis auf StockX, dem Live-Marktplatz für 100% reale Air Jordan Sneakers und andere beliebte Neuerscheinungen.
Light grey is contrasted by black leather with a white midsole to balance the look underfoot. Both colourways showcase an OG theme but are entirely unique thanks to obvious stitching, deconstructed tongues and the “UN/LA” branding which gets stamped to the sidewall. One of the more underrated collaborations on this list, the Q54 x AJ1 was one of the most slept on releases of 2017. A cool shade of blue is offset by the usual colour blocking panels of white and black. These now resell for well over £2,500!Most of today’s sneakerheads will only remember the Levi’s x Jordan 4 collaboration but long before this came something even more limited. The look is even more bizarre as Nike purposely mismatch the panels on either shoe making these appear more like a custom than general-release. The ironic part is that these actually resell for close to £400!Born in the early 80s, the AJ1 was designed by Peter C. Moore and apparently, it wasn’t one of Michael’s favourites.
This is also the only Air Jordan on this list that features the iconic Nike Swoosh.
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If there’s one colourway that perfectly sums up today’s sneaker scene it would be this playful jab at the growing resell industry. The simplistic colourway of sport blue and black might seems underwhelming but it’s the finer details that count – namely that subtle Fragment Design logo across the heel.
Arriving to celebrate the silhouettes 35th anniversary, this rare and seriously expensive sneaker got revealed during the Dior Men’s pre-fall 2020 show in Miami. The words “WEAR” and “ME” feature to either tongue as well as “PLEASE” “CREASE” – a taunt for those who daren’t even wear a pair of grails before selling them on eBay. The finishing touch was provided on the outsole in the form of the lettering “Au revoir”. It’s surprising that it took so long before Nike SB collaborated with Jordan.