The Air Jordan 1 ‘Banned’ Prototype sure to raise paddles at Auction

No hooper on Earth packs the cosmic stardust of Michael Jordan. With his signature sneakers routinely raising paddles at auctions, MJ’s vast Jumpman hangar populates nearly all of the top spots on our most expensive sneakers ever sold at auction. No doubt buoyed by the outstanding The Last Dance documentary aired during the pandemic (when collectors spent hours sleuthing for rare grails online), the market continues to respond to game-worn sneakers laced by His Airness.

The Air Jordan 1 Prototype Sample

The latest Air Jordan to appear is an Air Jordan 1 prototype sample dubbed ‘Banned’ from 1984. A version of this model famously appeared on a legendary Nike commercial, with the black and red silhouette reportedly violating the NBA’s strict uniform policy.

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