With the new Air Jordan 31 revealed last week, JB has also compiled an Air Jordan Banned Red collection, which essentially pays tribute to the iconic bred colorway that was first seen on the AJ 1. When it debuted in 1985, it was renowned for violating the league’s uniform code and a $5,000 fine had to be paid when it was worn on the court by MJ.
The exclusive range features the entire AJ lineage from the 1 through 30, while the “Banned” AJ 1, “Olympic” AJ 7, AJ 29 and XXX did not receive the all-red colorway.
Check out the entire gallery above and don’t forget to click and bookmark our official Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Bred (2016) launch page now, as that pair will be arriving soon.
I’m biased towards the tonal finish and I would definitely buy the 3, 4, 11s if it ever released in that finish. I hope it will soon.