The Air Jordan 1 "Forbidden" is more or less the shoe with which today's sneaker culture began.
To make the NBA athlete a trademark after such a title was previously owned by Tennis. The lightning in a bottle combination of a generation athlete, coupled with a still memorable marketing campaign, revolutionized the shoe business and made the Beaverton brand one of the strongest in the world.
While some shoes that are less than ten years old nowadays can not stick, crumble or fall apart due to aging, the full-grain leather upper of the OG Air Jordan 1 and the sewn sole make the '85 favorite a long-running favorite.
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