Jordans 2017, The Air Jordan 1 High OG "Top 3" is a celebratory release that pays homage to the Jordan Brand line and what started it all, the Air Jordan 1. As well, the release is a tribute to Michael Jordan's rookie season. The allure behind the Air Jordan I has a lot to do with the original colorways introduced in 1985. Black and red, black and royal, all the OGs are forever appreciated by collectors and connoisseurs worldwide. Celebrating the colors that started it all, the latest Air Jordan I takes on a "Top 3 Pick" theme that brings together the iconic black and royal, "Chicago," and "Banned" colorways.
This New Jordans 2016 release takes us right back to the old school. Premium leather adorns the upper while all the signature AJ1 detailing makes an appearance. That includes the perforated marks to the tongue as well as the overstretched Swoosh and classic Jordan branding. This Air Jordan 1 release resembles Nike's "What The" theme by combining original Air Jordan 1 colourways. Those past releases include the "Chicago," "Banned" and "Royal" colourways that are all mixed throughout the silhouette. The number 3 also ties into Michael Jordan being drafted third overall in the 1984 NBA Draft by the Chicago Bulls. What makes this design so special. It has to be the distinctive colour palette, and more notably that blue section on the tongue. It's a vibrant hit of colour to compliment an already OG combination of red, black and white. Known as the "Top 3" it's one of three Jordan silhouette which sits at the pinnacle of iconic releases.
Cheap Jordans 2017, The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG silhouette gets the "What The" treatment with the "Top 3," as it features aspects of the Air Jordan 1 "Banned," Air Jordan 1 "Royal," and Air Jordan 1 "Chicago" throughout the paneling on the upper. The sneaker is a Remastered retro, meaning that it's constructed with premium leather. Known as the "Top 3", this Air Jordan 1 has grabbed the "What The" nickname due to mashing of three popular color themes. Looking closer, you will notice that Jordan Brand combined the "Chicago", "Royal" and "Banned/Bred" models to achieve the look. Although there are plenty of other popular original colorways that could have been included, the Top 3 stays true and pays tribute to Michael Jordan. Before MJ stepped on the hardwood and played a game for the Chicago Bulls, he was drafted 3rd overall which is where the idea came from.