Air Jordan 1

What Air Jordan 1 Colorways are releasing in 2024?

As with every year, the Air Jordan 1 plays a big role in the Jumpman’s 2024 release line-up. The Jordan 1 “First In Flight”, Jordan 1 Low “Mocha” and Travis Scott’s Jordan 1 Low “Medium Olive” stand as some big releases on the immediate horizon, but the calendar is stacked towards Fall and Holiday as well.

More releases will surely be added to the calendar, and if you’d like up-to-date info on what’s dropping throughout the year, make sure to check out our Air Jordan Release Dates page.

Who designed the Air Jordan 1?

The AJ1 was designed by Peter Moore following Michael Jordan’s signing to Nike in 1984. Though unspecific in what he wanted, the athlete provided Moore two requests: the shoe had to be lower cut than others and it also had to be exciting.

What ensued set aflame to one of the most important footwear brands to date. And with its inaugural colorways — which MJ hated for its devilish red look — the model subverted the plain offerings prolific at the time.

How much does the Air Jordan 1 cost?
The AJ1 is often offered at different price points depending on material, construction, and collaborator. Typically, the Air Jordan 1 High retails for $170 USD, while the Mid and Low charge $115 and $90, respectively.
How do Air Jordan 1s fit?
The AJ1 is widely considered to be true-to-size, so take the size you typically wear. It is highly recommended that you try on a pair in-store before making a decision, however, as everyone’s feet are a little different.
Where can I buy Air Jordan 1s?

The AJ1, depending on the make and model, varies dramatically in availability. For example, the AJ1 Mid can be had year-round in various colorways, with sizes rarely ever selling out within unreasonable times. The same can be said for the AJ1 Low, though the silhouette doesn’t share the same stigma as the Mid.

If you’re looking for the AJ1 High, they release through Nike SNKRS and select retailers like Finish Line, JD Sports, Foot Locker, etc. The AJ1 Mid and Low are typically available through the Nike Store as well as the same stores.

For limited collaborations and more high profile releases, your best bet is either Stadium Goods or eBay.

Are Air Jordan 1s made by Nike?
Yes — Jordan Brand and Nike are two sides to the same coin. The Jordan line-up, which is soon to release the Air Jordan 36, was created for Michael Jordan himself following his signing to the Swoosh in 1984.
Why are Jordan 1s so expensive?
The short answer: The AJ1 High along with its collaborative and special edition variants charge upwards of $170 MSRP due most in part to their construction. The shoe is made entirely of leather panels, with some utilizing more technical synthetic fabrications, nylon, patent leather, and much more. Certain offerings are also expensive because of their ties to influential names like Dior, Travis Scott, Off-White, and many others. For a longer breakdown, visit “Why Are Jordan 1s So Expensive?
What are the cheapest Air Jordan 1s?
The cheapest Jordan is the low-top version of MJ’s first signature sneaker. It goes on sale at select retailers and Nike.com. Some options will be discounted at the end of the season if there’s still a surplus of stock.
What’s the difference between the Mid and High?
The AJ1 High is typically more limited than the AJ1 Mid. As such, the latter can often be had regularly throughout the year, while the former, by comparison, is difficult to obtain outside of their release date.

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