Jordan 1 Retro High Lucky Green
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High brings a wave of nostalgia as it re-releases its classic form back into the market. This shoe might not be one with cutting-edge technology, however, it will never be forgotten that Michael Jordan, the GOAT himself, wore these to the court. And along with the significance that the shoe brings, it also boasts of effective traction, low-to-the-ground feel, and excellent ankle support.
- Many of the reviewers like how the Air Jordan 1 Retro High has a lot of colorways to choose from.
- The majority of users are satisfied with the shoe's fit as it runs true to size.
- Due to the shoe's high cut and sculpted heel, a lot of the users say that the shoe has good ankle support and protection.
- Many of the users comment that among all of the Air Jordans, the 1s have one of the best traction patterns. This applies to both indoor and outdoor courts.
- A few players say that these Michael Jordan basketball shoes provide an excellent court feel due to its soft outsole.
- Many of the reviewers mention that the more that the shoe weathers and ages, the better the shoe will look.
- One user mentions that the notch on the toe box, directly above the toe's knuckles, provides good flexibility on the shoe whenever he would flex or stand on the balls of his foot.
- The majority of reviewers comment that these MJ shoes are light.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High is based on the first shoe that Nike released on 1985 under Michael Jordan’s signature line. In light of this, most of the technologies on the shoe are considered outdated compared to other basketball shoes in the market. Due to the shoe’s history, many people consider it a collector’s item and a fashion sneaker rather than a performance basketball shoe. Its classic silhouette makes it attractive.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High’s shoe material may change depending on the shoe’s colorway or release date. This has been attributed to the changes in production or manufacturing place. However, most of the colorways use split-grain leather with a polyurethane coating. This material is unlike the newer and more breathable ones used on basketball shoes today, thus, only the nylon tongue and perforations on the toebox provide any sort of ventilation to the shoe. However, recent releases of the shoe feature other materials used for the upper, such as textile.
The midsole is made out of solid rubber, embedded with Nike Air pouches in the heel area. The outsole is made of soft rubber, giving the shoe a low drop and the player a good court feel.
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