The O.G. Air Jordan 1 ‘Banned’ is considered by many sneakerheads as the most important sneaker release ever. Dropping in 1985, the Air Jordan I generated never-before-seen hype when it was banned by the NBA. It also was the shoe worn by the man who would arguably become the greatest basketball player ever.
The Jordan Brand became synonymous with cool and has since become a staple in pop culture. The Jordan Jumpman logo is a symbol of quality and exclusivity. It was only natural that Jordan Brand would begin to collaborate with brands and artists that represented greatness, coolness and exclusivity. We’re taking a look at the top 10 Jordan Brand Collaborations.