Earlier today, Terror Squad rapper Fat Joe released a photo of the Air Jordan 1 Hi “Banned” via Twitter. Although the actual packaging of this sneaker featured the ‘X’ that represents the banning, the photo showed no sign of an ‘X’ mark on the shoe itself. However, Fat Joe recently revealed two more Air Jordan 1 Hi “Banned” photos that show the actual ban mark on the base.
The red ‘X’ ban mark is noticeable on the heel panel in place of the ever-so-popular Jumpman logo. Yet, this element still does not cover the Air Jordan Wings logo on the collar, an attribute we saw on the August photos. Nevertheless, this will easily be one of the better Air Jordan 1 styles in a long time should it release.