When the Air Jordan 1 was created, there was not that much actual tech out there for basketball shoes. Nike changed this by incorporating Air technology in the midsole. Theoretically, this would help with cushioning.
I don’t expect a whole lot from Jordan Brand these days in terms of material quality and craftsmanship. Even as retail prices increase at a more frequent pace than usual, you just never know what you’re going to get on either front. At this point, you cop and cross your fingers that your pair is in good shape when it arrives. Jordan 1 Fake
Let’s be clear….Air Jordan 1 Retros are ‘80s basketball sneakers that haven’t had any major tech updates since the original 1985 release. Because of this, you won’t get plush comfort from this shoe. It’s not a terrible option, just stick to styin’ and profilin’ in this shoe, or your feet will pay the price. On the bright side, they’ll feel better as you break them in.