Almost synonymous with Eddie Jones back in the late-90s, the Jordan Team 1 was one of the early team J’s to supplement the flagship Air Jordan line, an impressive mix of on-court performance and clean, fashionable good looks.
And next year, 17 years after its initial release, and 12 since its 2002 retro, the now-classic hoops model will return. The aesthetics remain true to form, with the sort of “sectional” color-blocking on the upper, plush mesh collar and bubbled logos at the ankle and heel.
Concrete release info is still developing, so stay tuned for Jordan Team 1 Retro updates as they emerge. In the meantime, is the shoe a must-have for 2014?