If the league did not stop him from sporting his favorite pair of basketball shoes, Michael Jordan will not let them stop you either from getting a share of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Banned.” That means you can be as unstoppable as this veteran when you get your game in the hard court. Find out how you can beat the odds with this popular Jordan Retro shoes.
So you what if you dare to be different and disturb the status quo for once? Perhaps they were just waiting for someone like Michael Jordan to take a stand for his freedom to express himself with a pair of Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Banned.” As the legend would tell you, this pair of shoes was banned by the NBA for violation of uniform rules since Jordan can’t wear some shoes that would not match his uniform and those of his teammates. Oh yes, there is a rebel inside the famous basketball veteran trying to shake things up back in his glorious days.
In case you have not heard the news, this pair of Jordan sneakers has gone too mysterious that collectors have been trying to investigate the exact game when MJ actually wore the shoes. There was this letter from the NBA, however, reiterating the uniformity of uniform rule to Jordan specifically indicating the prohibition of wearing the red and black Nike Shoes of the popular Chicago Bulls player. And, the rest is history.
The good news is that the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Banned” is up for release once again in September 2016 for basketball fans to re-live the rebellion set by Michael Jordan three decades ago in the basketball court. That means you can wear the red and black Jordan Shoes to match any of your favorite Jersey without worrying that someone might just ditch you in the game. And, it goes along with the famous Jordan trademark having been recognized by the Jordan Brand.
Here is the best part of the story. This pair of Jordan Shoes is set to be released in September 2016 in Nike stores near you. Fair enough, 23 is back and Air Jordan is here to conquer the air once again with Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Banned.” Get ready to bring back memories of the mysterious Banned Jordan Shoes. Who knows, you might get a letter of recognition for your defiance this time.
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