[575441-060] Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Boys' Shoes [575441-060] Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Boys' Shoes

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30 YEARS YOUNG. LONG LIVE THE AJ. The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG captures the original look of MJ's first signature model. Premium leather, soft cushioning and a padded...
30 YEARS YOUNG. LONG LIVE THE AJ. The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG captures the original look of MJ's first signature model. Premium leather, soft cushioning and a padded...
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30 YEARS YOUNG. LONG LIVE THE AJ.


The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG captures the original look of MJ's first signature model. Premium leather, soft cushioning and a padded ankle collar for total support reflect on the shoe that started it all.


Benefits

  • A leather upper for durability with a premium look.
  • An encapsulated Air-Sole unit in the heel gives you soft cushioning.
  • Flex grooves help the shoe bend with your foot for a smooth stride.

Product Details

  • Cupsole construction
  • Padded collar
  • Shown: Metallic Silver/White/White/Gym Red
  • Style: 575441-060

About the AJ 1

Legend Michael Jordan wore his first namesake shoe on the hardwood in 1984. Because they had almost no white, he was fined $5,000 each time he played a game in them. It was worth it: The AJ 1 was released to the public the following year and it's been going strong for 3 decades since.

30 YEARS YOUNG. LONG LIVE THE AJ.


The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG captures the original look of MJ's first signature model. Premium leather, soft cushioning and a padded ankle collar for total support reflect on the shoe that started it all.


Benefits

  • A leather upper for durability with a premium look.
  • An encapsulated Air-Sole unit in the heel gives you soft cushioning.
  • Flex grooves help the shoe bend with your foot for a smooth stride.

Product Details

  • Cupsole construction
  • Padded collar
  • Shown: Metallic Silver/White/White/Gym Red
  • Style: 575441-060

About the AJ 1

Legend Michael Jordan wore his first namesake shoe on the hardwood in 1984. Because they had almost no white, he was fined $5,000 each time he played a game in them. It was worth it: The AJ 1 was released to the public the following year and it's been going strong for 3 decades since.