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11-07-2018, 03:40 AM
Nike Kobe Sale (https://www.fastonlinebay.com/) is coming out swinging to start 2018 and they’re bringing out the heat to kick off the new year. As if JB wasn’t breaking enough peoples wallets over All Star Weekend by dropping the highly anticipated Air Jordan Retro 3 ‘Black Cement’, Air Jordan XXXII ‘Free throw Line’, Jordan Why Not Zer0.1, and now the Air Jordan Retro 1 High OG ‘NRG’ to be the icing on the cake. Back in December, JB shut the internet down when they debuted the Air Jordan 1 “Gold Top 3” that released at ComplexCon, and this next colorway is a compliment to that pair.

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2001 played a very significant role in the future of the Nike Lebron Sale (https://www.fastonlinebay.com/) as it laid the foundation for many of Jordan Brand’s traditions that still continue on to this day. In 2001, Jordan Brand released their “Japan” pack of four Air Jordan 1 colorways. There were several key elements to this pack. One, the pack marked the first time that Jordan introduced non-original colorways of the Jordan 1 to the market. Two, the “Japan” pack marked the first time that we would see a country exclusive Air Jordan 1. And three, Jordan Brand moved away from the traditional shoebox to house the releases in special briefcase-like packaging.

Having achieved true icon status back in 1985, the Nike Zoom KD Sale (https://www.fastonlinebay.com/) added to it’s legend in 2011 with the release of the “Banned” Air Jordan 1. In one of the more interesting releases in the history of the sneakers, the “Banned” Air Jordan 1 was scrapped from a true retail release and was instead released at a select group of Nike outlet factory stores. The sneaker kept the look and feel of the OG with an added “X” on the heel to signify the sneaker’s banning from the NBA in 1985.