There are some shoes that cannot be missed in any serious sneaker collection. The Nike Air Jordan is without a doubt one of those models. Created for and named after “his Airness” Michael Jordan himself, the Jordan was first released in 1985. NBA regulations followed a strict color code on courts and banned the Nike Air Jordan in the beginning. But that did not stop the Jordan to become one of the most famous sneaker series of all time! A strong basketball silhouette, the athletic history, and numerous colorways make J’s an absolute must in the sneaker game!
Since the release of the original “Shattered Backboard” in 2015, black, orange, and white has become one of the most popular Air Jordan 1 color combos on the market. With a fervent following that rivals even OG makeups like the “Bred,” “Royal,” or “Shadow,” the Halloween-style colorway boasts an ardent following and an instantly recognizable look. Now it’s returned again, as an Air Jordan 1 Mid featuring an alternate take on the beloved mix recently dropped. Black suede underlays collide with bright orange overlays, and a touch of muted contrast arrives via a white Swoosh and midsole. A black outsole/black laces tie the look together — literally and figuratively — and branding arrives on the heel collar and tongue.