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Digging into the AJ1's long-running mens nike air max history with the world of skateboarding, the shoes feature a wear-away upper, with grey/black accents that give way to bold crimson/pink embellishments for a two-pronged nod to NYC (the former) and Paris (the latter). Apart from this Lance Mountain -esque detail, these Air Jordan SBs also boast plenty of classic style, thanks to their high-top cut, ball-and-wings logo on the collar flap, and traditional midsole. You can expect the early release to go down on May 10th before the full rollout on May 25th, with a retail price of $175 USD. Stay tuned for further information on this compelling collaboration, and be sure to check our Jordan Release Dates page as well to see what else the Jumpman's got on the way this summer.

For anybody who has bemoaned the Air Jordan 1's transition into  Dunk status', this latest pair should shut you up nicely.  The Air Jordan 1 Phat LS pictured above marks the debut of Nike/Jordan Brand's new  Marine Blue' hue, and this pair is ROY material nike vapor cleats like MJ in '85.  Aside from the nice tonal blue colorup, the coolest thing about this pair is how some sections of the dark blue overlay are translucent and reveal the mesh underlay a la Nike Dunkesto .  Quite a hot look and one that has us excited to see more new takes on the AJ1, the Marine nike sb portmore Blue Air Jordan 1 Phat just hit NikeStore or cop yours now on eBay .

That "Gucci" Air Jordan 1 that came at the tail end of 2012 was one of the last styles to hit before the sneaker made the transition over to the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG. Shown here is an alternate version of that pair coming with the "Nike Air" touch on the tongue that designates those models (One that appears to be the same as those found on the "Banned" Air Jordan 1). Oddly enough it's also got the Jumpman on the back, landing it somewhere in between those two types of Air Jordan 1s . Continue reading to see this alternate nike lifting shoes version of the Air Jordan 1 Retro "Gucci" from a seller who has had some strong samples as of late, and then check out the pricetag from  jordunk23 on eBay .

So far, the story of the Air Jordan 1  Banned' has been a strange saga. It was all the way back in August that we got our first look at this special edition of the infamous red/black/white Air Jordan 1, which was originally banned by the NBA in 1985 for violating the league's dress code. In addition to the X'd out graphics on the heels and the special insoles and box, this pair also featured a return to the original Nike Air logo on the tongue, making it an instant must-have for most Jordan collectors. Sadly, news later emerged that the enticing release looked to have indeed been scrapped, although a few samples leaked out to give us some more looks at the eagerly anticipated drop that would most likely never be.

The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG in black/white will release on November 8th at Nike and select Jordan Brand retailers. This original colorway from 1985 should follow suit with other OG AJ1 colorways in terms of it being a highly coveted an item, so if you've been fancying a pair, purchase without hesitation. Get an official look at these Jordans after the jump and let us know if you're copping!

There will be some borrowing though, most notably in the form of this Air Jordan 1 "Carmine" nike zoom pegasus that's slated to arrive this weekend. Continue reading for another official shot on the shoes and watch for them to show up Niketore this Saturday or on eBay right now .Conceived as "the ultimate Father's Day gift" by Mike's own children, this Air Jordan 1 style will show up right before that holiday. The shoes mix navy leather with a matching colored denim, and also feature a good lot of familial details that are unfortunately left out of these official images. The shoes will arrive this coming Saturday, which will [Imagen: nike%20zoom%20pegasus-453qnv.jpg] be jam-packed with Jordans and other high profile releases.
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