September 27th, 2014 by Brendan Dunne
Have you ever seen this strange Air Jordan 1-looking shoe before? The pair is a prototype that’s been billed as the “Nike Chicago” and the “Jordan Chicago” and that has a couple of different stories attached to it as far as the origin is concerned. For the most part, reports pin them as an alternate to the Air Jordan 1 or the Air Jordan 2 – the former makes a bit more sense given the low odds of Nike coming up with such a similar sequel for MJ’s second shoe (Then again, maybe that’s why they never made it past the prototype stage). Continue reading for a better peek at this incredible piece of Air Jordan history and let us know in the comments if you like the design.
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September 27th, 2012 by Brendan Dunne
There aren’t too many Nike spots around the world that have the same rich history as their Chicago retail experience, the massive store being a high volume account for as long as anyone can remember thanks in no small part to one Michael Jordan bringing so much energy to the Windy City. They’ve had their doors closed for a minute now though, with the grand re-opening taking place today, September 27th. The 50,000 square foot space is set to be steeped in Chicago history, paying homage via Chicago Bears historical photos, a complete collection of Jordan footwear on display, and more. And if that’s not enough for you Bo Jackson will be hanging out as well for the ribbon cutting. Click through for a full photo set on what’s poised to be one of Nike’s premier retail experiences and click through for the full word on the space from Nike.
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