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Air Jordan 1.5 "Chicago" Jordan Brand’s long lost
Air Jordan 1.5 "Chicago" Jordan Brand’s long lost Originally crafted back in the ’80s, the unique Air Jordan 1.5 was a PROTOTYPE that followed up the original Air Jordan 1. Previously unreleased, the 1.5 utilizes the iconic “Chicago” upper of the Air Jordan 1 — interestingly, however, the kicks cast the wings logo’s “Air Jordan” text aside in favor of “Nike” branding — and the midsole and outsole tooling of what would eventually become the Air Jordan 2. This is a unique piece of footwear…
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30 years ago, I was sitting at home watching Michael Jordan participate in the 1988 slam dunk contest as he took off from the free throw line in what would become the most iconic dunk in basketball history. Not only was it one of the greatest and most watched moments in basketball history, it launched a revolution — every kid (like me) from around the world would spend years experiencing the thrill of what it’s like to own the same sneakers as the Jumpman himself. Today I’m hon
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