Since 1985, the sneakers carrying Michael Jordan’s name and world-renowned “Jumpman” silhouette have helped to define and shape sneaker culture. It began with a standard Nike high top
, and evolved with daring designs implemented into each iteration. From graphic prints
to patent leather
to fighter planes
and Ferrari-inspired designs
, Jordan sneakers routinely transcend its basketball roots by refreshing its initial offerings with new looks and color schemes to remain prevalent throughout generations.