Air Jordan 1 OG Banned AJ1

$520 USD


Air Jordan brought the classic Air Jordan 1 forbidden color, which debuted in 1985. The well-known Air Jordan 1, because there were only black and white sneakers, and the black and red AJ1 was a bit fancy. The NBA issued a ticket to Jordan, from $1,000 to $5,000. In the field, Nike paid for his own bag and asked Jordan to continue wearing it. They also paid millions of fines before and after.It was this ban that became the best advertisement for Nike. Nike used this as an inspiration to launch an advertisement, a big X, with a pair of three-color shoes, followed by a "forbidden" word. The advert is: "On September 15, 1985, Nike created a pair of revolutionary basketball shoes. On October 18, 1985, the NBA threw it out of the court. Fortunately, the NBA can't stop you from wearing it. Air Jordan, Nike".

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