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Posted on September 02 2016

Jordan Brand brings back the classic Air Jordan 1 Banned colorway, which debuted in 1985. This Air Jordan 1 is notably known as the shoe that cost Nike $5,000 for violating the league’s uniform code.  There has been no shortage of Air Jordan 1 colorways -- along with various Jordan 1 offshoots -- that have hit retail over the past few years. The glut of releases means that in order to get old-hand JB fans really excited, the colorway has to be an OG, complete with true-to-original OG detailing. Enter this upcoming "Bred" edition, featuring Nike Air on the padded nylon tongue and the notorious color scheme that the NBA reportedly banned back in the '80s. Check out these first shots of the 2016 iteration.  Available this weekend, September 3rd at Denim Exchange.

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG
Style: 555088-011
Color: Black/Varsity Red-White
Price: $160

Release Date: 9/3/16 (Saturday)

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