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Air Jordan Product typeFootwear, clothingOwner Nike, Inc. Country United States Introduced November 17, 1984; 36 years ago (1984-11-17) MarketsWorldwideWebsite Air Jordan (sometimes abbreviated AJ) is an American brand of basketball shoes, athletic, casual, and style clothing produced by Nike. It was created for Hall of Fame basketball player and six-time NBA Finals MVP Michael Jordan.
The shoes were designed for Nike by Peter Moore, Tinker Hatfield, and Bruce Kilgore. The red and black colorway of the Nike Air Ship, the prototype for the Jordan I, was later outlawed by then-NBA Commissioner David Stern for having very little white on them (this rule, known as the “51 percent” rule, was repealed in the late 2000s ).
After the Nike Air Ship was banned, Michael Jordan and Nike introduced the Jordan I in colorways with more white, such as the “Chicago” and “Black Toe” colorways. They used the Nike Air Ship's ban as a promotional tool in advertisements, hinting that the shoes gave an unfair competitive advantage.
The Air Jordan I was originally released from 1985 to 1986, with re-releases (known as “retros”) in 1994, 2001–2004, and 2007 to the present. Along with the introduction of the Retro Air Jordan line-ups, the brand has elevated to a household notoriety with star-struck collaborations and unique limited releases.
Designed by Peter Moore and Bruce Kilgore, the original Air Jordan II was unique in that it was made in Italy. The Air Jordan II introduced better cushioning with a polyurethane midsole and a full length encapsulated Nike air bubble for maximum comfort.
The Air Jordan II originally retailed at $100 and was released from 1986 to 1987. Air Jordan III (Red Cement Colorway)The Air Jordan III was designed in 1988 by Tinker Hatfield, who works for Nike as a designer for stores and offices.
It was the first Air Jordan to feature a visible air unit on the heel, the new Jump man logo, an elephant print trim and tumbled leather to give it a luxury look. The Air Jordan III was also famous for the humorous ads depicting film director Spike Lee as Mars Blacken, the character he played in his film She's Gotta Have It.
These were the first Jordan's to feature the “NIKE AIR” logo on the back. These were said to be Michael Jordan's favorite shoes, he wore them during the 1988 NBA Slam Dunk Contest and many other events in his basketball career.
The Air Jordan III's had poor sales when first reintroduced in 1994. In 2007, Jordan Brand collaborated with director Spike Lee to release a limited pair of Air Jordan III's with a colorway based on the blue-yellow poster for Lee's film Do the Right Thing.
In 2011, the brand released a Black History Month (BHM) Air Jordan III colorway in commemoration of the 35th anniversary of Black History Month. Also, the same year saw the release of the “True Blue” III on June 4.
On February 15, 2021, the most recent version of the shoe Air Jordan 3 SE “Red Cement” was released in celebration of Chicago, Illinois hosting the 2020 NBA All-Star Game. Designed by Tinker Hatfield, it was the first Air Jordan released on the global market.
Nike featured director and actor Spike Lee in ads for the AJ IV. Michael Jordan wore the Air Jordan IV when he made The Shot,” a series winner in Game 5 of the 1989 NBA First Round between the Chicago Bulls and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In 2012 a Cavalier colorway dubbed the “Cars” was released to honor “The Shot.” The Air Jordan IV re-released in 1999, 2000, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010–2013 and 2015–2020, most recently with the re-release of the, “Black Cat” colorway.
Some elements were carried over from the Air Jordan IV, but overall they were a completely new look. Some of its new features include a reflective tongue (with a unique protruding design and look), translucent rubber soles and lace locks.
The soles gave them a new look, but yellowed over time when exposed to moisture and were the source of many complaints early on due to the slippery nature of the soles when collecting dust. Hatfield is believed to have drawn inspiration for the Air Jordan V from World War II fighter planes, which was most notably visible in the shark teeth shapes on the midsole.
The Air Jordan V was reintroduced in 2000, including a new colorway featuring Michael Jordan's high school (Lana High) colors. Along with the latter, a very limited laser design and the black/metallic/fire red colorways were released in early 2007.
The Air Jordan V saw a lot of use in popular sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. During many episodes Will Smith wore the 'Metallic Silver', 'Grape', and 'Fire Red' colorway.
Like the Air Jordan V, this sneaker also had translucent rubber soles. Later that year the Bulls defeated the Lakers in the 1991 NBA Finals, with Jordan (wearing the Black/Infrared) named as the most valuable player.
The Jordan VI was also seen in the film White Men Can't Jump, which was produced in 1991 and released one year later. The VI was the first shoe used by the protagonist of Slam Dunk, Heinrich Samurai.
Nike released special versions of both the VI and the Jordan Super. Fly 3 featuring artwork from the series in 2014. The VI also had Samurai's number 10 embroidered on the side of the heels.
Various other models in the Air Jordan line are featured in the series, including the original (which Samurai eventually switched to), the V, and the XII (both worn by Samurai's rival, Keyed Runaway). The Air Jordan VII was released in 1992 with a new design by Tinker Hatfield.
The VII's were also known for a successful ad campaign in which Bugs Bunny appeared alongside Michael Jordan to market the shoes. When Jordan went to compete at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics to play for the US Men's Basketball Team (also known as the “"), Nike released a special Olympic color combo of the Air Jordan VII model which had Jordan's Olympic jersey number 9, instead of the usual “23” found on other colorways.
Various models of the Air Jordan VII were re-released in 2002, again in 2004, and again with different colors in 2006. In 2011 the Air Jordan VII saw releases in the “Orion” and “Bordeaux” colorways.
The eighth model of the Air Jordan was noticeably heavier than its predecessors. The Air Jordan VIII model became known as the “Punished” because of the advanced basketball ankle support and enhanced traction.
This shoe contains a full length air sole, polyurethane midsole, polycarbonate shank plate, and two crossover straps (for added support and more custom fit). Jordan never played an NBA season wearing these shoes.
Like the VII and VIII models, the Air Jordan IX featured an inner sock sleeve and nu buck accents. In popular culture, the children's movie The Little Rascals depicted one of the bullies, Butch, wearing a pair of these shoes.
American rap icon Tupac Shakur also wore Air Jordans in a popular “Thug Life” photo in 1993. Air Jordan XI, (Bred Colorway)This model was designed by Tinker Hatfield.
Hatfield designed the sneaker waiting for Jordan to come back and hoping he would play in them. Further, changes came with the use of a carbon fiber spring plate in the translucent “frosty” outsole, giving the shoe better torque when twisting on the court.
The patent leather gave the XI a “formal” look. The sneakers were only samples in 1995 when Jordan decided to come back to the NBA.
Hatfield and Nike discouraged Jordan from playing in them, but once they were produced, he couldn't resist. It wasn't the first time Jordan had run afoul of NBA footwear rules, having broken them with his very first signature shoe in 1985.
He was fined $5,000 for not following the Bulls' colorway policy with the AJ XI. After the fine, Nike made him a pair of the shoes in a black/white/concord colorway for the series against Orlando; Jordan wore Penny Hardaway's signature black Nike Air Flight shoes for Game 3 while said colorway was under production.
A similar black/white/royal blue colorway was released to the public at the end of 2000. The colorway was changed for the public release because the concord purple had looked like royal blue on television.
The concord purple was changed to royal blue for the released versions of the shoe. Air Jordan XII, (Playoffs Colorway)The Air Jordan XII was inspired by Misspoke (the Japanese flag), and a 19th-century women dress boot.
However, featuring gold-plated steel lace loops, embossed lizard skin pattern and a full length zoom air unit with a carbon fiber shank plate, this model set a new direction in style and technology in shoe design. Though not as light weight as previous models, the construction and firmness of the shoe is widely considered to be the most durable and sturdy shoes from the Air Jordan line.
The shoe was re-released on December 25, 2008, with the Eleven as the final countdown pack. In addition, the Twelve was combined with the Thirteen numbered Jordan to produce the 12.5.
As of today, the 11/12 countdown package (retro) retails for US$ 750–US$800, well above the starting price of US$310. The Air Jordan XII has been subject to many highly limited colorways recently such as the Air Jordan 12 x Pony collaboration, the Wings' colorway that was limited to 12,000 pairs, and the HVO collaboration.
In the movie He Got Game, the Air Jordan XIII was worn by Jake Shuttles worth (Denzel Washington). Ray Allen, who played Jake's son Jesus in the film, wore them when he broke Reggie Miller's all-time record for made three-point shots during a game against the Lakers in Boston during the 2011 season.
In 2017, Jordan Brand released the “History of Flight” colorway. This colorway is from the 2009 World Basketball Festival, where the “History of Flight” collection was revealed to celebrate Jordan's 25th anniversary.
The Air Jordan XIV co-styled by Hatfield and Mark Smith was made race ready and equipped with the Jordan Jump man insignia on a Ferrari shaped badge. In addition, these shoes include breathable air ducts on the outer sole.
Near the toe box × 1 Shield Logo near the Achilles heel × 1 Above the number “23” at the heel × 1 At the bottom sole (middle part) × 1 Steel Lace tips × 2 Insoles × 1 The design of the XV's originated from the aircraft prototype X-15, which was developed by NASA during the 1950s.
The sides of the XV were made from woven Kevlar fiber. Air Jordan XVI, (Bulls Colorway)Air Jordan XVI's, designed by Nike's Senior Footwear Designer Wilson Smith, were released in 2001.
Smith decided to bring in a few design elements/fabrics from earlier releases. The shoe was said to be stiff and that the shroud/gaiter could easily fall off when playing basketball.
The black/red and white/midnight navy versions of the shoe both featured patent leather which very easily creased and cracked. The defining functional design element of the Air Jordan XVII model, which was later replicated on the Air Jordan XXIII model, was the reinforced mid-sole which provided a sturdy and stable chassis for the shoe.
Retro Black / Metallic River Countdown pack. The inspiration for the design came from a number of things; sleek racing lines of the auto world, carbon fiber-based monocoque of F1 race cars, race car driving shoes (rubber heel wrap) and Fine Italian dress shoes (bold stitching on the soles).
Air Jordan XIX, (Black Mamba Colorway)Released in 2004, this is the first Jordan release after his third, and final, retirement which came after the 2002–03 NBA season. The design was inspired by the black mamba snake, and two original colorways where released: white/flint gray and black/red.
The upper section of shoe was developed in collaboration with the global materials' consultancy Material Connection, who sourced Nike a sleeping normally used in architectural applications for protecting PVC pipes from bursting. In theory, this allowed for a shoe without laces, because the sleeping does not stretch.
Nonetheless, the Air Jordan XIX model did include a set of laces behind the sleeve to better secure the shoe. The shoes appeared on the sitcom My Wife And Kids, in the episode “Fantasy Camp: Part 2”, when the protagonist Michael Kyle (Damon Mayans) steals it from Jordan's hotel room and uses it to play against Jordan himself later in the episode.
Michael Jordan wears “AJ IV Cool Grey” in the episode. It also helped to create a tighter fit and increased support.
Air Jordan XX1, (Bulls Colorway)The Air Jordan XXI model of shoes was designed by D'Wayne Edwards and inspired by sport touring vehicles. The shoe features lower-foot air grilles, double-overlasted Pylon midsole, a carbon fiber shank plate and a seamless diamond-quilted booty.
Suspension system that lets the wearer choose between Zoom and Encapsulated air. The Air Jordan XXI was introduced on television by the Second Generation advertisement.
The aggressive and sharp design was inspired by the F-22 Raptor fighter jet. Some technical features of the shoe include an updated visible and interchangeable I.P.S.
Suspension system, a new metallic mesh for ventilation, the Air Jordan camouflage pattern printed in reflective 3M material, and an updated traction system, based on an army general's stripes. Two special editions of the Air Jordan XX2 model were released.
This edition featured authentic Jordan Brand basketball leather. This model featured a laser-etched image of Jordan after he won his sixth NBA championship in 1998.
The shoe was released on January 25, 2008, and was the last Air Jordan until the XX8 to have Roman numeral identification. The Air Jordan 2009 was designed by Jason Maiden and was the first Air Jordan model named after the year of its release rather than its numbered system.
Inspired by Jordan's defensive focus, the shoe incorporates Articulated Propulsion Technology used by Paralympics runners. It also features a durable pleated silk upper, protective CPU chassis, carbon fiber arch plate and Zoom Air structure.
This model of shoe was announced on November 12, 2009, for a release date of February 13, 2010, retailing for US$170. The base of the mid-sole has stylized text that when combined reads: I've failed over and over and over again in my life.
This quote was originally attributed to Michael Jordan, and is a reference to an advertising campaign that aired in 1997 with Jordan detailing his failures that led to his success in his career. Four colorways of the shoe were released on February 19, 2011, in correspondence with the 2011 All Star Game.
The “Year of the Rabbit colorway was a limited release that celebrated of Michael Jordan's Chinese zodiac sign, coinciding with the current zodiac sign, the Year of the Rabbit. It is a star-constellation pattern that also serves as breathing holes for the shoe to keep it well ventilated.
A dress shoe that feels similar to the XI was reported to be the goal. Two interchangeable sleeves and three insoles adapt to different playing styles.
The Air Jordan XX8, designed by Tinker Hatfield, was released on February 16, 2013. This premiere model featuring a mostly black upper and volt Dynamic Fit boogie.
A heel and forefoot Nike Zoom unit in combination with the new Jordan Flight Plate, Dynamic Fit straps for increased support, a carbon fiber heel counter for additional support, and its most notable feature, the mesh upper for flexibility and ventilation. The Air Jordan 2012 featured different technology which including interchangeable insoles for various styles of play, a concept introduced with the Kobe System.
The exterior shroud gives the shoe a sleeker look than any other and is 8 inches high on the ankle but unzips and folds down revealing the bright volt green interior. The Air Jordan XX9, also designed by Hatfield, released in September 2014 in both an elephant print and a knit edition.
The shoe has already been debuted in the NBA by Russell Westbrook and Kathy Leonard. The shoe has Flight Web for superior lockdown, a performance woven upper for comfort, support, strength, and protection, and a re-engineered Flight Plate.
Some colorways released in low version are buckets, Chicago Bulls, UNC, and infrared. The Air Jordan XXX (30) debuted on January 14, 2016, at an exclusive media event in Chicago.
The shoe consists of an upper and outsole very similar to that of the XX9 of the previous year. Jordan brand has also brought back functional Dynamic Fit in the lacing system.
The outsole boasts a more noticeable change, with a different traction pattern unique to this shoe, while the midsole remains almost entirely the same. The only difference in the midsole cushioning setup from the Jordan XX9 is a material change in the FlightAware setup, which is now named FlightS peed and is constructed of a plastic rather than carbon fiber for more flexibility while remaining structural integrity.
Some colorways released are Camo, Quasi 54, Black/Gold, Chicago Away, Chicago Home, Black/White, Midnight Navy, Jordan Brand Classic, and WHY NOT that celebrates Russell Westbrook's fashion sense. A special “Banned” colorway was released on October 18, 2017, to coincide with the 31st anniversary for when the NBA banned the original AJ I black and red colorway.
Another special edition called the “Russ” colorway was released to celebrate Russell Westbrook's sponsorship with the Jordan brand. Some colorways they released for low version are free throw line, camo, like mike, wheat, wing it, and last shot.
“Spike” Released in 2006 retailing at $295 containing the sneakers Michael Jordan wore during his first championship of his two three-peats. The retro 11 concord contains a gold Jump man on the side, but originally was meant to also have gold eyelets spelling out Jordan was changed because of color bleeding.
Both shoes contained dog tags to reference the title won and a booklet showcasing a slam dunk highlight of the game and concept art of the shoe. Some original DMP retro 11 Concords have surfaced and are considered some of the rarest Air Jordans.
The pack contains two Air Jordan 5s; the Too Bravo and the 3 m. Both shoes come in a wood gate exterior graphic box with double-sided slide out, originally released in 2009.
It borrows prominent design elements from the Air Jordan III, IV, V, VI, and XX. It also retains a strap across the shoe laces, that is a custom modification with a design that seems to be elephant print but is instead a series of relevant icons, etc.
The Jordan Son of Mars was birthed from the Spike, which was originally inspired by all the Jordan shoes made in collaboration with famous urban director Spike Lee. Son of Mars is a sneaker directly influenced by Spike Lee's longtime involvement with the brand, as the shoe pieces together models in which Spike (or Mars Blacken rather) had a hand in launching.
The shoe breakdown begins with elements from the first Tinker Hatfield years, Mars Blacken; Lee's loudmouthed character first appeared alongside Michael Jordan for the release of the Air Jordan III, a sneaker whose immediately recognizable elephant print bookends the Jordan Son of Mars, with sectioning on the back end and towards the toe. Next the Air Jordan IV, which is pretty conspicuous in this hybrid release, shows up only in the form of the netting running below the laces.
The sole construction is all Air Jordan V, as the coveted icy treatment splashes across the bottom and the angular 'teeth' of the midsole rear up towards the toe. The V actually extends its reach to the top end too, with the textured Jump man tongue bursting out from the familiar see-through lace locks.
Building up the ankle area is the higher-hitting support of the Air Jordan VI, complete with the attached loop on back and the perforated paneling reaching up the side of the shoe. The midsection which completes the sneaker is a major fast-forward, leaping ahead to the Air Jordan XX in the form of the layered strap.
This package consisted of two variations of Retro Air Jordan, in which each model number equaled 23. The package also included a pair of the shadow gray Air Jordan X model with the number 23 stitched on the side of the shoes.
“Air Jordan IX/XIV” The second Countdown package consisted of the Air Jordan Retro XIV model in Black/Varsity Red which was similar to the Air Jordan “Last Shot” XIV model though it consisted of a white stitching on the sides, a different color outer arch, and a different colored Jump man logo on the side. “Air Jordan XII/XI” The final Countdown package consisted of the Air Jordan Retro XI model in Varsity Red/Black.
The shoe a rubber loop in the back, middle upright cotton jump man, rubber tongue, and the lace lock first was brought in an infrared colorway. It is said Michael Jordan wears these shoes in his practice games.
These feature the same laser upper as the original XX but replace the ankle strap and sole with that of the Air Force One. Has the numbers one through till six on the heel to represent Jordan's 6 championships ever.
The Jordan Brand company released the “6 Rings” shoes starting in September 2008. The Jordan Brand released colorways representative of each team that the Chicago Bulls defeated in each of their six championship seasons during the 1990s.
The colorways include colors borrowed from the following teams: the L.A. Lakers, Portland Trail Blazers, Phoenix Suns, the former Seattle Supersonic, and Utah Jazz, each shoe of which includes laser-etched graphics detailing specific aspects about that particular championship series, the city of the competing team and so forth. Many other colorways exist and Jordan Brand continues to release additional colors that pay tribute to different Jordan and Nike shoes along with new colorways specific to 6 Rings shoes.
There even exists a “winterized 6 rings” which are a modified 6 Rings shoe turned into a durable boot designed for the outdoors which changes some design and placement of the inspired pieces and parts from the Air Jordans the shoe pays tribute. Of particular note, there is an Olympic colorway, a Nelly version apparently inspired by the rap artist Nelly and a shoe that combines the colors of all the teams that the Bulls defeated in the NBA Finals, acting as the 'sixth shoe' since only five separate teams were defeated for the Bulls to win six championships; the Utah Jazz was defeated twice, in 1997 and 1998.
Air Jordan 6: Heel tab “spoiler”, Jump man on heel from retro 6 models, and lace locks Air Jordan 7: Nike Huarache style inner sock and perforated air holes in the mudguard of the upper Air Jordan 8: Chenille carpet-style sections on the tongue surrounding the Jump man logo, dual Velcro straps, the shape of the “23” printed on the lace locks and the colors on the mid foot arch plate on the sole Air Jordan 11: Silhouette of upper, lace eye-stays on certain models and patent leather mudguard Air Jordan 12: TWO 3 embroidered on the tongue and metal lace loops at top of the ankle Air Jordan 13: Midsole “pods” and panther paw-shaped outsole Air Jordan 14: Small Jump man logo embroidered at the top Air Jordan 15: insole The Air Jordan line has been associated with many riots, assaults, robberies, and murders, such as the murder of a 15-year-old high school student named Michael Eugene Thomas who was choked to death by one of his peers for a pair of Air Jordan sneakers in 1989.
In 1988, principal Dr. Robin Open of Mumford High School in Detroit mentioned that clothing-related violence had reached a point where he felt it was necessary to ban certain items of clothing, including the Air Jordan sneaker, from the school grounds. This ban was the first of many dress codes implemented in schools after the wave of robberies, beatings, and shootings over possession of Air Jordan sneakers and other items of clothing.
However, Nike dictates production terms and standards to the contractor, often without questioning labor or safety practices. In April 1997, 10,000 Indonesian workers went on strike over wage violations at an Air Jordan factory.
The same month in Vietnam 1,300 workers went on strike demanding a 1-cent-per-hour raise, and a year later in 1998, 3,000 workers in China went on strike to protest hazardous working conditions and low wages. As of the 2020–21 NBA season, the statement uniforms will have the Jump man logo on the jerseys; the Charlotte Hornets jerseys have displayed the Jump man logo in prior seasons.
Luke Donald Pat Perez Harold Warner III The Jordan Brand partners with UNC to fund the higher education of underprivileged youth.
Air Jordan is popular among the streetwear companies and designers to collaborate with. Jasper Outward and Aidan Vryenhoek signed a $10 million deal which will span over 3 years.
Together they create several unique Jordan's that greatly impact both companies. On January 26, 1992, Jordan Brand debuted a commercial during Super Bowl XXVI which showed Bugs Bunny enlisting the help of Michael Jordan to outsmart a bullying rival team using cartoon gags.
A second ad premiered in 1993 featuring Bugs and Jordan facing off against Marvin the Martian. The pitch resulted in Space Jam, a commercial success which grossed over $230 million at the box office and generated over $1 billion in merchandise sales.
The success of the advertising campaign and the film contributed to the popularity of Looney Tunes and other cartoon characters as motifs in street fashion through the 1990s and 2000s, spawned limited editions of Air Jordan sneakers in colorways paying homage to such characters as Bugs Bunny, Marvin the Martian, and Lola Bunny, popularized the Air Jordan XI as worn by Jordan in the film, and led to the development of a sequel, entitled Space Jam: A New Legacy and starring LeBron James, to be released in 2021. .TAKING TO AIR : NBA Star Leaps Into Profitable Shoe Market”.
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