Here they are! The Air Jordan I. This was one of the first colorways released in 1985. They were actually banned from the NBA due to violating the leagues uniform rules. So, everytime MJ wore these on the court he was fined $5,000 which Nike paid. This created some great publicity as well as a great campaign, which will always be a highlight in the legacy of Michael Jordan and the Air Jordan sneaker line. They came in a black/red box, and featured a hangtag which when opened up displayed all the tech info on the sneaker. They originally retailed for $65. In 1994 we saw the first retro of this colorway, and 2001 the second. Although in 2001, they came out in a new mid cut while the originals were a high cut. In 2008 this colorway returned in true high cut fashion, but with an added strap. 2009 saw another retro release also as a high top, in the Jordan 1 DMP also known as the "60+" pack which featured two colorways of the Air Jordan I which were inspired by the team colors of the Chicago Bulls and the Boston Celtics.