When the original Air Jordan I debuted in 1985, the predominantly red and black design was banned. A hefty fine was enforced every time it touched the court due to league policy. The succeeding versions added a league-approved white color palette to the instantly iconic silhouette. Nike Air Jordan 1 Low Tie Dye
It’s not often that a legend comes along and 25 years after it was re-released, its legacy remains untouched. The Air Jordan I returns in iconic fashion, sporting a classic Chicago-themed colorway with an original Nike Air tongue badge and Wings logo that cemented the franchise’s 30-year reign.