You may not know this but Michael Jordan initially was not interested in signing with Nike and that is how the Air Jordan 1, and consequently the entire Air Jordan line, came to be. It may shock and surprise you that back when he was still a member of the North Carolina Tar Heels, Michael Jordan preferred playing in Chuck Taylor All-Stars by Converse. At the beginning of his NBA career, he was quite eager to sign with Converse, but as you know that never happened. It has been 33 years since its debut and NIKE SNEAKERS recently hosted the “Week Of Ones” in celebration of this iconic model.
If you happen to be a basketball enthusiast, you have likely heard of SLAM magazine, even if you have not actually ever read it. The basketball magazine has been in circulation since back in 1994. Back in 2014, SLAM collaborated with Foot Locker to put together a collectors issue revolving around the Air Jordan 1 to the Air Jordan 6, which was dubbed “JORDANS Vol. 1.” The tagline of the issue was, “Step Inside The Greatest Line Of All Time.” Ever since, SLAM has published two more special JORDANS volumes. Recently, JORDANS Vol. 4 was also published and it was entirely dedicated to the Air Jordan 1. Continue reading SLAM Magazine’s Latest JORDANS Vol. 4 Issue Revolves Around The Air Jordan 1
There is no doubt that Michael Jordan’s NBA career as a member of the Chicago Bulls had been nothing short of legendary and unparalleled. During his first 89 games, he scored more than 10 points per game and was scoring 37 points by his third season. Furthermore, in at least 30 games of his career, he even scored at least 50 in each. However, despite the fact that Michael Jordan dominated the court, the G.O.A.T was not without his fair share of rivals. In fact, Jordan Brand has actually drawn inspiration from some the most prominent ones from the 1990s for this upcoming Legacy 312 “Rivals” Pack.