This “Grove Green” pair takes an Oregon-like approach thanks to the combination of a black base and dark Grove Green accents on the Swoosh branding, heel, and toe panels. More interesting is the underlying cracked pattern throughout the green portions for a vintage effect. The traditional ‘Wings’ branding returns on the ankle support while the tongue skips over the classic ‘Nike Air’ for a crisp white Jumpman branding. Air Jordan 1

Did you grab the Sale Air Jordan 1 over the weekend? If you did, you probably noticed the premium Remastered construction that brought back a tumbled leather to the ankle support, Swoosh branding, and toebox as well as the return to a white insole for a true and through 1985 twist. But just how different is this year’s Air Jordan 1 Banned rendition when compared to 2013’s version? Today we get a side-by-side comparison courtesy of DivineKaze on Reddit and you might be surprised just how different the two pairs are.For one, this year’s Air Jordan 1 Banned has a completely different silhouette shape. Not only is the heel higher than its 2013 counterpart, but the toebox is overhauled for a thicker, more spacious aesthetic. The reds are deeper and darker in the 2016 version as well.

Trophy Room will restock the Banned 1 in limited sizes and quantity at a pop-up event in Orlando.We’re only a few hours away from the release of the Buy Air Jordan 1, Michael Jordan’s iconic black and red offering that changed the sneaker industry forever. The Air Jordan 1 Banned isn’t a limited offering, but you can expect this pair to disappear as soon as the clock hits 10:00am EDT tomorrow, September 3rd. We’re here to offer up the most thorough release information we can for what promises to be the biggest release of 2016 thus far.

The Air Jordan 1 on Sale features a remastered leather upper complete with retro ‘Nike Air’ branding on both the tongue and insole to appease all of the traditionalists out there that want to be nostalgic about 1985. Detailed ‘Wings’ branding on the ankle collar brings us back to the days before the Jumpman logo was implemented while Black and Varsity Red add tumbled leather throughout for a premium finish. The Jordan 1 Banned will be available tomorrow, September 3rd with Nike SNKRS ‘The Draw’ going down from 10am-11am EDT.

“Black/Red”. “Bred”. “Banned”. Whatever you want to call them, there’s no debate that the original black and red colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Online is one of the most legendary sneakers of all time. As you probably already know, the fabled shoe is releasing once again this weekend (its sixth release in the original high-top silhouette). So to celebrate we’re taking a look at the black and red Jordan 1’s most memorable moments on and off the court throughout the last 31 years.