As Jordan Brand shifts its focus away from the AJ1 and towards later models, a fair few retros are expected to see the light of day for the first t...
Though the Air Jordan 1 has dominated the scene over the past few years, there’s no denying that Jordan Brand has been putting in the work to stren...
After Michael Jordan signed with Nike in 1984, the sneaker industry was completely changed and Air Jordan was born. Before Jordan Brand burst onto the scene, very few athletes had their own signature shoe. Nike and Jordan wanted to fix that, and in 1985 the NIKE AIR JORDAN 3 RETROAIR TRAINER 1LT SMOKE GREY CHLOROPHYLL was widely released to the public, forever changing sneaker history.
Jordans were flying off the shelves and the brand sold $126 million Birthday of shoes in the first year alone. Despite mixed emotions towards the Nike Air Jordan 2, the follow-up releases of the Air Jordan 3 and Air Jordan 4 cemented the long-term legacy of the Jordan brand.
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