I'm looking at buying the orange peel Gatorade ones, and half a size down is actually going for cheaper than my true size. How do the Jordan ones fit? Should I go true to size or take the half a size down?
Back in the early 80's me and my brother used to walk to the Shoe City. I remember buying a pair of original Nikes (before Michael Jordan) and my brother bought the first pair of Jordans. I think those things are still sitting in my Mom's basement.
I don't own any Jordan's so sorry for my naivety, but I've always wanted jordan 1 breds and Chicagos. I found out the hard way these aren't something you can just stroll into foot locker and walk out with a pair unless you're insanely lucky. are there any trustworthy sites for these things or is eBay the best bet?
I just picked up these air Jordan 1s that have elephant print and I noticed mine has a Jordan logo on the tongue instead of Nike air I know obviously mine aren't a retro collection what's the difference between the ones with a Jordan logo and the ones with a Nike air logo.(I'm a new sneaker head )and I got these shoes for everyday use I think I messed up tho
Jordans without the Nike air are Air Jordan 1 high's.
Jordans with the Nike air are Jordan 1 Retro High OG.
You didn't mess up if you like em bro, the quality is poorer on the non-OG pairs but if you like em wear em, the 140 vs 160 price is good enough for everyday.
Hope this helped.
There's tons of Retro high OG's on market.
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