2022 Jordan 1 High OG Rebellionaire 555088-036 to release on March 12th

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2022 Jordan 1 High OG Rebellionaire 555088-036 to release on March 12th

New Jordans Retro, Dubbed, "Rebellionaire" as a nod to Jordan Brand's way of saying Michael Jordan was a rebel by wearing the "Banned" AJ1s even though the NBA fined him $5,000 each game. Nike ended up paying the fines as MJ continued to wear the shoes. Notably inspired by the classic Air Jordan 1 "Banned" commercial, it's an acknowledgement of the time Michael Jordan was a rebel by wearing the Air Jordan 1 "Banned" even though he was fined for each game. Dressed in a mix of Black, White, and Particle Grey resembling the classic "Shadow" colorway. This Air Jordan 1 is detailed with an upper covered in text that reads "They can't stop you from wearing them," referencing the commercial, and the iconic Red "X" returns on the heels. A White midsole atop a Grey rubber outsole completes the design.
Latest Nike Jordan Sneakers, The shoe which ties into the shoe's mythic "Banned" narrative, features a leather upper finished in two-tone color blocking similar to the OG 'Shadow' colorway. Details include the "Banned" AJ1's red 'X' on the heel, along with an all-over print that spells out "They Can't You From Wearing Them," which paraphrases a line from an original Air Jordan 1 TV commercial from 1985. Overall, the model dons a "Black/White-Particle Grey" color scheme, and is highlighted with the words "They can’t stop you from wearing them," in an all over print as a reference to the commercial. Additionally, the striking Red "X" will be prominent on the heels, while a white midsole and grey rubber outsole round out the profile.
2020 Jordans, This collaborative take on the Nike Dunk Low sports a Lilac Purple base with Light Blue overlays and exposed Orange stitching throughout. It comes constructed in a gridded, ripstop-like texture atop a White midsole and semi-translucent Blue outsole. Additional details includes signature UN/LA tags at the midfoot with their halo man on the lateral ankle button as well as begin displayed on the forefoot of the outsole. The Jordan 8 "Aqua" was one of three OG colorways released in 1993. The sneaker made its first and only on-court appearance at the 1993 All-Star game where Jordan dropped 30 points. Prior to its Black Friday release as part of Jordan's 2015 Holiday Collection (which included two other colorways: the Air Jordan 8 "Chrome" and Air Jordan 8 'Three Times A Charm') the "Aqua" was only retroed one other time, in 2007. As part of Nike's "Remastered" program the sneaker includes premium materials and authentic details.

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