Iconic in 1985, iconic now. Jordan took the court his rookie year in 1984 in a pair of red and black Air Jordans, which matched the Bulls’ uniforms, The NBA banned the original Air Jordan for not meeting the league’s stringent policy on uniforms and colours. Jordan wore them anyway and faced a $5,000-per-game fine as a result. Recognizing a unique marketing opportunity when it presented itself, Nike happily paid the fine. And MJ rocked them all the way to his Rookie of the Year honour. Designed for unbeatable performance and style, Jordan shoes always incorporate the latest Nike technologies. Shop the Revolutionary basketball shoe online at Seven.