Air Jordan 1 OG High Chicago 1985 | Size 10

US Size 10

1985

Nike

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The Nike “Air Jordan 1” is one of the most iconic designs in the history of both streetwear and basketball, and is a key part of the origin of the Air Jordan brand for Nike. Designed by Peter Moore, the Air Jordan 1s were worn by Michael Jordan in 1984 and 1985, as well as modified versions in 1986 (after a broken foot Michael endured). In 1984, Nike gave Michael Jordan his own signature line of shoes and clothes, which was pivotal in Michael agreeing to sign with Nike. It was the first time the brand did anything like this, and it paved the way for many of the player collaborations we now see. 


In terms of the shoe itself, the original Air Jordan 1s were so popular and successful that Nike continued to make new signature Air Jordans each season. This tradition continued beyond Michael’s retirement, and Nike is currently on the Air Jordan 37. These specific shoes are in the iconic retail “Chicago” colorway, and are perhaps the most recognizable for Michael, as well as the Nike brand. From the day it launched, Air Jordans have always represented the pinnacle of sneaker design. The shoes are unmatched when it comes to quality, craftsmanship, materials, innovation, performance and, of course, style.

  • Nike Air Jordan 1 High OG “Chicago” 1985.
  • Red, white and black premium leather upper. 
  • TY1 Factory Stamp.
  • Original Nike branding details. 
  • Style number: 4280
  • This item is final sale and not eligible for return.
Model
Air Jordan
Type
Basketball
Color(s)
Red, White, Black, Multicolor
Materials
Leather, Rubber, Cotton
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New in box.

Original box is severely damaged, comes with replacement box.

Leather and midsoles show signs of cracking and yellowing due to age.

Sneakers manufactured 10 years or more prior to date of sale may display signs of age and may deteriorate faster with wear.

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