The history of the Air Jordan 1

The Jordan 1 is one of the most iconic sneakers of all time. First released in 1985, the shoe was designed for basketball legend Michael Jordan and has since become a cultural phenomenon. The Jordan 1 is available in a variety of cuts, including the low, mid, and high. Each cut has its own unique history and significance.

The first ever Air Jordan 1 High OG in 1985

The first Air Jordan 1 High and Air Jordan 1 Low simultaneously released in 1985. The low-cut design was intended to give basketball players more mobility on the court. The shoe featured a leather upper, a rubber sole, and the iconic "Wings" logo on the ankle. The Jordan 1 Low was an instant success, both on and off the court.

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The Jordan 1 Mid was released a few years later in 2001. The mid-cut design was intended to provide more support and protection for the ankle. The shoe featured a similar leather upper and rubber sole as the low cut, but with a slightly higher ankle. The Jordan 1 Mid was also a popular choice among basketball players, but it also gained a following off the court as a fashion shoe.

Over the years, the Jordan 1 has been re-released in various colorways and collaborations, including some with designer brands like Off-White, Dior and Fragment Design and cultural icons like Travis Scott, or Nigel Sylvester.

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In addition to its original purpose as a basketball shoe, the Jordan 1 has become a cultural icon. It is often worn as a fashion statement and has been worn by many celebrities, including Kanye West and Drake. The Jordan 1 has also been featured in films and television shows, further cementing its place in popular culture.

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