Basketball shoes have always created hype that has no match with any other releases. Stories and quality making are what these shoes pack in themselves. Whenever Basketball and sneaker come along together, a name also comes automatically. That is Michael Jordan. One of the Basketball histories most famed player who is the father of the Jordan shoes also. During 1985 NBA All-Star weekend the man wore both the Chicago and Bred shoes on the same ground. The next significant drop a Homage To Home – Air Jordan 1 Retro High is to celebrate the occasion. The Jordan brand has decided that they will drop the new Air Jordan 1 in both colourways which will be a combination of two iconic Jumpman silhouette.
Sneaker and Basketball have been relatives to each other for a long time now. After conquering the NBA ground, Michael Jordan entered the world of sneakers. He teamed with Nike, and they started to produce some fantastic sneakers for on and off the court. This changed everything in the sneaker industry. In earlier 1984 MJ put the first pair on his foot. The shoes came within consumers reach the very next year. And thus the world was introduced with the Jordan, one of the most iconic sneaker line of all time. Jordan’s history was not only enriched by MJ himself, but respected and proclaimed famous sneaker designers like Tinker Hatfield, Peter Moore, and Bruce Kilgore was also behind this iconic footwear piece. Their design and MJ’s fame fumed its fame.
Peter C. Moore designed the first Air Jordan 1 in 1984 for Michael Jordan himself. The AJ 1 prototype was the Nike Ship that came in the red and black colourway. David Stern who was the NBA commissioner outlawed the sneaker later. The reason was that it holds a very little white colour. The ’51 Percent’ rule caused this. During the late 2000s, this rule was abolished. This stormed the news of Air Jordan 1 ban. But that was not true because actually, Nike Air Ship was the one that was banned. Later the Air Jordan 1 was introduced in two new colourways. Michael and Nike brought a ‘Chicago’ and a ‘Black Toe’version. Air Jordan 1 used the ban on Nike Air Ship as an advertisement tool. The AJ 1 was published as a reflection of your sharp rebellious character. Being true to its origin, premium leather treatment with black overlay was used on the Fragment x Jordan 1. The original release of Air Jordan 1 in the market happened in between 1985 to 86. Later many re-releases had been seen during 1994, 2001-04 and 2007-18. They were known as ‘Retro’ release.
MJ was the master of moves. He has shown his skill to the lover of Basketball. Tha is why he is so much loved and respected. The Jordan sneakers glorify his colourful career that is full of achievement. This Air Jordan 1 Retro High grabs his 1985’s Dunk Contest ‘Banned’ style. And the usual flavour of the Chicago.
Basketball fans have always been fond of banned style kicks. It is a brilliant palette that reminds of power. You will find it on the lateral side of the sneaker. The Chicago theme is visible in the central parts. Both the palettes have clean white and crimson red. The Two colourways are split from the tongue to the toe. The sneaker upper is constructed out of premium sneakers. Each side shows a bright colour contrast of black and red in the Swoosh logo. A white midsole and red outsole finish the Retro star.
The Jumpman brand has a quite huge number of fan. And they will be delighted to have a release like this. A Homage To Home – Air Jordan 1 Retro High is ready to take the Jordan craze to the next level. If you are interested in Air Jordan 1 Retro High Homage To Home release date in the UK and Europe, visit our website fastsole.co.uk. You can find all the latest sneaker release and other news from the sneaker community all around the globe. Also, let us remind you to follow us on social media at @FastSoleUK.