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Originally released back in 2003 as part of the Air Jordan 1 Low For Sale, the black and gold colorway of the Air Jordan 1 had been elevated to iconic status over the years. In 2013, Jordan Brand brought the colorway back out but this time around, the colorway was given true OG status with a high top cut and Nike Air plus a translucent gum sole. In celebration of the Air Jordan 1 High For Sale upcoming 30th anniversary, Jordan Brand linked up with Hiroshi Fujiwara’s Fragment Design to help introduce the Air Jordan 1 “Remastered” line. The “Remastered” line of Air Jordan 1s brought high quality materials back to the Air Jordan 1. The newly remastered materials were reminiscent of the materials used on the original 1985 Air Jordan 1. Fragment’s design paid tribute to the original “Royal” and “Black Toe” Air Jordan 1s. Dating back to 1985, the skate community has always gravitated to the Air Jordan 1 Mid For Sale as a grippy and flat option to skate in. In 2014, Jordan and Nike SB came together to tell that story through three separate collaborations, one with artist Craig Stecyk and two with skater Lance Mountain. Stecyk’s rendition paid tribute to the skate scene in 1982 and Mountain’s renditions paid tribute to the original Air Jordan 1s.