Buy New Air Jordan Retro Sneakers in Spring 2017
The New Jordans 2016 line originated back in 1984 when Michael Jordan himself wore them as a rookie. After signing MJ to a $2.5 million (plus royalties), the first product was produced. In 1985 Nike designed Jordan's first shoe the Air Jordan 1. The Air Jordan line features a unique logo; our beloved Jumpman. The Jumpman logo was first introduced on the Air Jordan 3. The logo has now become iconic being used on both sneakers and apparel. The Air Jordan craze began when the NBA originally banned the first pair, due to the lack of white present on the shoe. Michael wore them anyway and the marketing campaign for Nike was set. The brand has yet to slow down it's progressive ways, proving that they are still pushing the limits with their innovative, new technologies.
New Air Jordan Shoes Accented in the Hornets' signature teal and purple team colors and adorned with the letters "CHA," the Air Jordan 10 Retro "Charlotte" shoe is the newest to launch in the brand's "City Series" collection. The footwear line, which includes versions for Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and other cities, is a throwback to the original Air Jordan X series released in 1995. A list of Jordan' professional basketball accomplishments from 1985 "to beyond" can be found on the shoe's teal and purple sole. Cult Miami sneaker store SoleFly has previewed its forthcoming Air Jordan collaboration with a baseball-themed teaser sent out via Twitter. Hot on the heels of a repurposed version of the Jordan Eclipse, SoleFly – which launched in 2010 – is set to drop its take on the as-yet-unnamed Jordan model to tie in with the return of playoff baseball. The video features archive footage of the Florida Marlins (now known as the Miami Marlins) lifting their first MLB championship trophy in 1997, set to whet the appetite for sneakerheads and baseball fans alike.