The year is 1984; Michael Jordan is the first round draft pick for the Chicago Bulls, and he quickly becomes a fan favorite, even in the opposing team's arenas. Headlines, commercials, endorsements, magazine covers, it is no secret that a star is born. The Air Jordan 1 is first shaped in 1984, but introduced to the public in 1985, and retails for $65. The Air Jordan 1 KO is created to counterpart the leather Air Jordan 1. The "AJKO" features a canvas upper, which makes the shoe a lot lighter and durable.
The year is 2014; Jordan re-releases the AJKO "Sport Blue." We are living in an age where the Air Jordan is not just a sneaker, it is a fashion statement. Judging from the AJKO "Sport Blue, " this is a statement made in capital letters. This iconic shoe started it all, and left a legacy that can never be replaced, for it is a timeless classic in a league of its own. If you didn't have a chance to pick up the "Royal Blue" leather counterpart released in 2013 now you have a chance to redeem yourself. See it not as a substitute but as a second chance. Off course, the great people of Jimmy Jazz will participate in the release and give you a chance to get fly, if it ain't heat then we ain't packin. This is the kind of shoe you will find in a museum one day; for the greatest masterpieces are usually manifested in canvas. #PicassoSoles
Air Jordan Retro 1 OG "AJKO" Sport Blue• •