November 12, 2012 BY John Kim / 13
January 2013’s Air Jordan Retro line-up is looking mighty fine thanks to the long-awaited re-release of the OG White/Red/Black colorway of the Air Jordan 1. Last seen in stores nearly two decades ago, this quintessential ‘Jordan’ sneaker set the pace for the Air Jordan signature line, pushing the designers to go out of the box inch by inch with each of the new models. While the AJ1 is truly a mere spin-off of the Nike Dunk High, the “devilish” colorway is what pressed the everlasting stamp on the sneaker-game and continues to be a heralded icon almost three decades after its debut. It’s not even a question of will you or won’t you, but more of a “how many pairs?” sort of deal, so check out these new images below and stay with us for more details as we near the release.
Air Jordan 1 High
Tags: Air Jordan 1
Look fine with the damn Jumpman to me. They put out plenty of different style 1's (AJKO, Mids) and much more with a Jumpman. I haven't seen anyone complain about it but as soon as a Retro that used to have Nike Air on it comes around everyone rides it. If you aren't gonna get a shoe because of a logo you might as well not buy Jordans anymore honestly.
i don't understand what makes the shoe any different if it were to have no jumpman logo or if it were to have nike :S? people need to fix up
despite the jumpman and everything, i really cannot wait for these shoes...my personal favorites...can't afford ogs or the '94s so this is my shot at a pair or 2.
@Stacks5000 and a nike air makes them better quality??? Its made out of the same thing so idk how a logo changes quality