Buy Who Said Man Was Not Meant To Fly 1s High OG Air Jordan 555088-062

Who Said Man Was Not Meant To Fly 1s High OG Air Jordan 555088-062

Who Said Man Was Not Meant To Fly 1s High OG Air Jordan 555088-062

Dressed in the popular Chicago Bulls color scheme. This Air Jordan 1 features White on the tongues, sides, toe box, and midsole with Black overlays. Red trimming throughout the entire shoe paired with matching Red laces and rubber outsole. Finishing off the design are “Nike Air” tongues and “Who Said Man Was Not Meant To Fly” printed on the insoles.

Who Said Man Was Not Meant To Fly 1s High OG Air Jordan 555088-062
Color: Black/Gym Red-White
Style Code: 555088-062
Release Date: November 29, 2019

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The History Of Jordan Shoes!

Air Jordan I (Royal Blue Color Way)
Air Jordan I was first produced in 1984 for Michael Jordan. Designed by Peter C. Moore. Jordan 1's prototype Nike Airship red and black colorway was banned by David Stern, who was then the NBA commissioner, because there was almost no white (this rule is known as the "51 percent" rule) But was abolished in the late 2000s [4]). [5] It is a common misconception that Jordan I was banned, but it was actually a Nike airship. After the Nike Airship was banned, Michael Jordan and Nike introduced the Color Jordan 1 with more white, including the “Chicago” and “Black Toe” colorways. They use the Nike Airship ban as an advertising promotional tool, suggesting that shoes give Jordan I an unfair competitive advantage and that the wearer has a certain sharpness associated with outlaw activity Did. Air Jordan I was originally released on the market from 1985 to 1986, and was re-released ("retro") in 1994, 2001 to 2004, and 2007 to 2018.


Nike Air Jordan II (White / Red Colorway)
Air Jordan's success encouraged Nike to launch a new Air Jordan in 1986 for a new basketball season. Designed by Peter Moore and Blue Skill Gore, the original Air Jordan II was unique in that it was made in Italy. Air Jordan II introduces superior cushioning for maximum comfort thanks to polyurethane midsole and full-length encapsulated Nike bubbles. Air Jordan II was the first Jordan that Nike wouldn't swoosh. Air Jordan II was originally sold for $ 100 and was released from 1986 to 1987. This shoe was re-released in 1994, 2004-2005, 2008, 2010, 2014-2018.


Nike Air Jordan III (White Cement Color Way)
Air Jordan III was designed by Tinker Hatfield, who works as a store and office designer at Nike. By that time, Michael Jordan was ready to leave Nike, but Jordan III changed his mind. The first Air Jordan with a high-class feel, featuring a visible air unit on the heel, a new Jumpman logo, elephant print trim and tumble leather. Air Jordan III was also famous for its humorous advertisement depicting Spike Lee, the film director, as Mars Blackmon. This campaign, known as "Mars and Mike", was one of Nike's most successful advertising campaigns. These were the first Jordan with the “Nike Air” logo on the back. These are said to be Michael Jordan's favorite shoes and were worn at the 1988 NBA Slam Dunk Contest and many other events in his basketball career. Air Jordan III sales were low when it was first reintroduced in 1994. When it was reintroduced for the second time in 2001, sales were strong.

In 2007, the Jordan brand, in collaboration with Spike Lee, released a limited pair of Air Jordan III with a colorway based on the blue-yellow poster of Lee's movie “Do the Right Thing”.

In 2009, the Jordan brand re-introduced the popular Air Jordan III to the True Blue Colorway. This was an international release only and was not sold in the United States. In 2011, the brand released the Black History Month (BHM) Air Jordan III Colorway to commemorate the 35th anniversary of Black History Month. In the same year, “True Blue” III was released on June 4th. The III Stealth Colorway was released in September and Black Cements was released in November. “Black Flip” was released on December 3, 2011. In 2013, Jordan released a special version of Jordan III. This shoe was considered Air Jordan III “Retro '88” White Cement and was released in February.

In 1994, 2001, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2018, several retro and new colorways were released.


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