This list starts with the inaugural Jordans, the Jordan 1s. When Michael Jordan first began wearing these shoes in the eighties, David Stern banned them because the colour-way was red and black and had no white (pause?). Jordan
persisted, and the league fined him every game he laced up his red and blacks. Since Jordan wore these on court, the shoe has become massively popular and today has the most colour-ways of any Jordan. Resembling Nike Dunks, the Jordan 1s actually do not provide much support for basketball players, despite the high ankles. These shoes are much better worn out and about and paired with a clean pair of jeans. They also come in a two-pair package consisting of the original red and black Bulls colour-way and a green and white Celtics colour-way.