Air Jordan I White/Metallic Orange

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The Air Jordan I set the trend for signature lines to follow when it dropped in 1985. The fact that a rookie had the audacity to break tradition with team colored shoes, as opposed to the customary black or white shoes worn at the time. The look decision was considered brash by the purists, but basketball fans loved it. Though Michael Jordan only wore Chicago Bulls make ups on court, the shoe hit retailers many different colorways. The white/metallic orange iteration of this classic sneaker is rare. The OG version sees metallic orange covering the branding, lining, and outsole on an all white base. The high cut build is indicative of the basketball shoes of that era. If you were searching, the shoes are currently being sold by sunnyjimjam on eBay.

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