The first Air Jordan shoe, now known as the Jordan 1, released in 1985 after being debuted by Michael Jordan in the previous year. Hatfield was the lead designer for the line up until the Jordan 15, creating iconic shoes like the Jordan 5 and Jordan 3. Last year paused the annual Doernbecher Freestyle program, but not its sense of possibility, as seen in the uniquely inspired What The Doernbecher edition of the classic Air Jordan I Retro High OG model. Known for its grey color and deep black ridges, elephant print was created to mimic the dry, cracked skin of the gentle giant. By the 2000s, the shoe had become a cult classic. That ribbony canvas upper, that foxing tape, that star-stuck ankle patch. Applying a familiar Nike Dunks For Sale Pine Green and color-blocking scheme, this Air Jordan III Retro comes with a subtle material twist. While we saw notable offerings from A Ma Maneiere and Salehe Bembury, they were few and far between, drowned out by a larger number of mediocre GRs. A pinkish hue appears on the center of the lace collar as well as the tongue, ankle, lining, and insoles, while a bright orange sits on the Jumpman on the tongue and the inner side of the tongue. Models have released on a yearly basis since then, extending from the length of Jordan's playing career to well beyond his retirement. Inspired by the light pink hues of bubble gum, this women's exclusive features a mix of matte nubuck and patent leather. They appealed to beasts and hypebeasts alike. It debuted February 1989 during that year's NBA All-Star Game in Houston.