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Air Jordan Retro 1 High ''Electro Orange''


Michael Jordan

For most fans, he is the greatest basketball player of all time a.k.a. the GOAT! While playing for the University of North Carolina, Chicago Bulls and Washington Wizards, he performed some of the most legendary moves in the history of basketball. After one NCAA Championship and six NBA titles, as many MVP Finals awards, five regular season MVP awards, 14 All-Star appearances, after being the NBA's leading scorer 10 times, winning two dunk contests and even being the best defensive player in the NBA in 1988 and two Olympic gold medals, "His Airness" changed the world of basketball with his game. He also made basketball one of the most popular sports in the world, and his collections are an inspiration to people of all ages around the world. As an owner of the Charlotte Hornets, he is still active in the NBA today, and he confirmed his immortality by being inducted into the Hall of Fame!

Retro I

Retro I
1985 was a great year, and not just because Michael Jordan was the rookie of the year and that we were able to watch his wickedness in an All-Stars game. This year was special because of the first issue of the most popular Jordan shoe, the Air Jordan 1. This is the first footwear in the successful Air Jordan series that laid the foundation for the future of basketball footwear. Today's legendary Peter Moore signed the footwear. And although Jordan initially didn't want to wear them (the colors were reminiscent of the devil's colors), he consented later, and we believe that today, he is not sorry.

Air Jordan 1 was the first basketball shoe to feature many colors, and because of that, it received a lot of attention, including from the NBA organization, which then banned the shoe and set clear rules and the amount of penalties Jordan had to pay if he wanted to wear them. All in all, Nike recognized their opportunity and encouraged the young Jordan to wear an Air Jordan 1, and they were expected to pay around $5,000 each match. The promotion in itself was great, as was the campaign called 'Banned by the NBA', which also marked the launch of the Jordan brand.  

Air Jordan

In 1984, Nike signed the extremely talented Michael Jordan and in 1985 launched the first legendary Air Jordan 1 sneakers. This was followed by other popular models that turned the brand into a global hit, with ambassadors such as Ray Allen, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Jayson Tatum, Zion Williamson and Luka Dončić. Jumpman, the logo of this brand is a sign of top quality and style and must be in the wardrobe of every basketball fan.

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