Initially dubbed as “Bred” the first Air Jordan 1 High was worn by Michael Jordan during a game in 1984 which actually broke the league’s uniform rules and resulted in a fine of $5,000 USD. In turn, the first design was baptized with the nickname “Banned,” with the colorway seeing a multitude of renditions following the debut.
Carrying over the classic black and red color scheme, the shoe prefers an all-black upper with hints of red popping out from the signature cut-out Swoosh, inner ankle collar and tongue branding. A white midsole is sandwiched over a rubber outsole taking on the same University Red hue.
The Air Jordan 1 High Zoom CMFT “Bred” will release in women’s sizing for $140 USD in the coming weeks at select retailers and Nike’s official website.
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