In 1984, something changed in the world of basketball. Michael Jordan signed with Nike, and the first Jordan 1 silhouette was introduced to the awe of spectators. At the time, the NBA banned the shoe for its non-regulation colours, so Nike paid a $5000 fine every time MJ wore his signature kicks on the court. This marked the start of the Jordan revolution, and Jordan shoes became central to basketball and streetwear cultures quickly after debuting. Beloved for their rebellious, head turning style that fans have come to know and love, anyone from pro players to everyday hoopers, to cultural icons, all rock the Jumpman’s shoes. And the iconic Jumpman logo signs off each pair of kicks — from the Jordan 4 to the Jordan 34 — with the mark of a legend.