"Air Jordan 1 Mid Chicago Black Toe"

“Air Jordan 1 Mid Chicago Black Toe ”
The brand Air Jordan has appeared on the market in 1984, under the direction of Nike, as the own mark of the legend of the Basketball, Michael "Air" Jordan.
For the first time in the history of the sport, a sportsman managed to establish his own brand.
The first models appeared on the market in 1985 with the support of the icons Peter Moore Nike, Tinker Hatfield And Bruce Kilgore. The flagship of the range JordanThe Air Jordan 1, was already very popular at the time.

His story

In 1985The Air Jordan 1 revolutionized the world of basketball. The silhouette by which the legend began comes back more than 30 years later, sporting the original colors through a re-emerging silhouette. Paying tribute to the early days of Michael Jordan To Chicago, the model is back in its original colorway "Black Toe”. Since then are decisive shooting that offered the title to the University of North Carolina, Michael Jordanmarked the history of his sport.
In 1985The Air Jordan 1 made its debut on the professional floor. Breaking the rules of the league while outperforming his opponents, the one we call:"His Airness" still ignites the imagination of fans around the world.

Le Design

Inspired by the roots of the original sneakers de 1985The Air Jordan 1 "Chicago" and the very popular Jordan 1 "Bred", this all-new version, this time in ""Mid" will certainly be a classic future in a few years. The distinctive colour block is reminiscent of the Colorway Og "Chicago" revised for its part with a black finish at the level of the toebox. The brand Jumpman adorns the woven label, sewn on the Tab In Nylon White padded, while a Logo Jordan Wings classic is stamped in black on the side collar flap.

 

 

 

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