“Banned” Air Jordan 1 High

We’ve really been on our kicks recently…so eye saw these and has to do a post on them. Of course we know before the Jordan brand came about Jordan rocked Nikes in his games. After some time the Air Jordan 1 that he wore were banned from the NBA and Nike had to actually pay the NBA $5000 for Jordan continuing to wear these kicks.

So to somewhat relive that Jordan has created the “Banned” Air Jordan 1 High. These are really dope because theres X’s on the Jordan logos on the shoe. Makes for a nice touch to the “Banned” shoe. Somewhat mimics the Banned commercial from back in the day.

No definite on if and when this will be released but should eventually hit retail stores.

Check out the commercial and pics of this shoe sample below:

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Pics via: MN

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