How to Buy new Air Jordan 1 High "Top Three" on Jordans2017.com
New Jordans 2017 One of the most iconic Air Jordan 1s of all time, the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Banned, has come back this past weekend. No design can make a shoe this iconic, it has to be the accompanying story. Originally banned from the NBA courts, Jordan had to pay thousands of dollars of fines for every time that Michael Jordan walked onto the court with the sneaker. A true rebel and as a result one of the most iconic sneakers and moments in footwear history. While rumors have been circulating for some time now regarding an impending "What The" Air Jordan 1 release, today we have an image of what could very well be the much-anticipated sneaker. As with all "What The" drops, the shoe boasts a mash-up of shades, here noting touches of "Chicago," "Bred," "Royal," "Shadow" and more.
Jordan Shoes 2017 has released a number of awesome remastered original Air Jordan 1 colorways throughout 2016, but their latest offering will bring a completely new aesthetic to the late-November release slate thanks to a mismatched array of Black, Varsity Red, and Varsity Royal. For more on this pair, head over to our latest video comparison where we look at three 1985 originals side-by-sidw with the upcoming Jordan Top 3 release. The resulting look of the Frankenstein-esque style is reminiscent of 2014's Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 "Lance Mountain" collaboration, a sneaker that featured mismatched "Black/Red" and "Black/Royal Blue" shoes that were only revealed through wear and tear. The "Lance Mountain" Air Jordan 1 has since gone on to become one of the brand's most sought-after styles, so don't be surprised if history repeats itself with this "Top Three" release. Inspired by three of the most iconic original Air Jordan 1 colorways from 1985 — "Banned" (aka "Black/Red"), "Chicago" and "Black/Royal Blue" — the "Top Three" Air Jordan 1 features mismatched right and left shoes with patchwork-like color-blocking across its numerous panels.