The Air Jordan 1 “Banned” aka “Bred” is a black and red version of Michael Jordan’s first signature shoe. It was designed by Peter Moore in 1985 and banned from the NBA for breaking uniform regulations. Every time the shoe was worn, Jordan was fined $5,000 per game, but Nike paid for all the fees. The sneaker later re-released in 1994, 2009, 2011, and 2013.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Banned” returns in remastered form to celebrate the release of the Air Jordan XXX1. The Jordans 2017 sneaker features the original Chicago Bulls-inspired colorway that was banned from the NBA and is done in black, varsity red and white with Nike Air branding and tumbled red leather.
The New Air Jordan 1 (I) is making a comeback in 2017. Coming in the uber-popular Bred color scheme, the high-top sneaker comes dressed in a Black and Red motif on the upper constructed out of a full premium leather. Breaking up the two-toned look of the shoe is the all-White midsole sitting on top of the Red outsole. Coming in OG fashion, the Nike branding is placed on the tongue and the Jumpman is nowhere to be found on the heel. The Wings logo also appears on the collar to complete the branding on the shoe. A Black nylon tongue and inner lining round out the major features on the shoe.