Air Jordan 1 (I) Retro High – Blue Sapphire / Neon Turquoise...

Air Jordan 1 (I) Retro High – Blue Sapphire / Neon Turquoise – White


Air Jordan 1 (I) Retro High - Blue Sapphire / Neon Turquoise - White 

The Air Jordan 1 (I) Retro has been released multiple times over the course of the past few months. Some despise of these releases and say that Jordan Brand is ruining their best Air Jordan model by releasing too many colorways; whereas, others see it as a great chance to pick up some old and some new colorways of the sneaker that made Michael Jordan who he is today. This colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High has never been seen before and might come as a shock to some sneakerheads. Due to the full blue fabric upper including blue laces, the white midsole stands out even more and gives this sneaker a fresh, new, and clean look. Another aspect of these new releases that we are seeing more and more of as time goes on is Jordan Brand releasing high-top AJ 1’s instead of the regular mid’s that are we are used to seeing. These will be released on January 1st, 2009 at select Jordan Brand retailers for a retail price of $105.00. 


Air Jordan I Retro High (limited release)

Release Date: 01/01/09
Style: 344613-441

Colorway: Blue Sapphire / Neon Turquoise – White 
Retail Price: $105.00

Air Jordan 1 (I) Retro High - Blue Sapphire / Neon Turquoise - WhiteAir Jordan 1 (I) Retro High - Blue Sapphire / Neon Turquoise - White

  • rayj

    aint trippin on those..

  • MeaTwoDD


  • rayj

    they just dunks in a terrible colorway

  • royal swagness

    Thez r Fresh, Dey Match My Turquoise Polos.Stop Hatin Get Off Jordans And Buy Some B**ch Vans



  • nikeshoehead

    No, they are not just dunks. If you recall, the Air Jordan 1 came out a year BEFORE the Nike Dunks came out. SO, therefore the Dunks were inspired by the Air Jordan 1. People these days…so fucking stupid…don't even know the history behind the shoes they go ape over.

  • Sneaker me stupid

    Right on Nikeshoehead! U muthafuckas get ur kicks right before u open ur half educated mouths. Smh…:(


    ugly. i think 1s loosin their value.

  • Blackmon

    actually dunks came out before jordans.

  • d

    crip shoes

  • x4nd3r05

    i think they're fresh especially if you throw on some white laces

  • mr shoe fanatic

    walk out da house in these in da wrong neighborhood and u mite catch yo self in a hospital

  • qnzman989

    yea dunks definetly came out before 1s because before Jordan had his deal he was wearing dunks

  • MrDizzyDEE


  • Anonymous

    The Dunk was first introduced by Nike Inc. in 1985………. Since its(Air Jordan I)first release in 1984, there have been new designs of the shoe released each year, even after Jordan retired from basketball.

    Fresh from Wikipedia.

  • sigh..

    they should have made a laney colorway…


    im finna research dunks and j's but about these shoes right here joe im sry but they would be mistaken for dunks no disrespect but a lot of people out there are startin to think dunks are jordan 1'a and jordan 1's are dunks

  • daFLYESTmami A.B.

    pappa smurf kicks & shyt! wtf! the 1's need to step their game up….

  • dmgx

    i wish this is leather or diff. material then i might cop em…

  • cjizzle

    okay for the shoe fans dunks and jordans both came out in 1985 but dunks were already on the scene first in college basketball they just weren't made available til 1985 so for jordan heads jordan 1's are dunks

  • N I R V A N A

    they're fine but they should have made the swoosh white or yellow, they would look better then…


    those wonderin about what came out first between dunks and jays. Dunks were orginal released before j's and dunks targeted players in college. Nike then created The jordan retro 1 which was based off the dunks design. So Cjizzle i give you credit even tho people finna hate on both of us for havin accurate research.

  • zffd

    these are iight. too the people that think these are dunks. they are very similar, but 1s have a thinner outsole with a bigger midosole. also the toebox is longer than Dunks.