The Air Jordan 1 was launched on 1 April, 1985 and went on sale for $64.99.

When Michael Jordan left the University of North Carolina in 1984, he wanted to sign with Adidas, not Nike.

When Nike first presented Jordan in  black and red colour, michael jordan said "I can't wear that shoe, those are the Devil colors."

The Air Jordan II was the first Nike shoe to not feature Swoosh branding anywhere on the sneaker.

The Jordan II was the only pair of Jordans to be made in Italy with luxury touch in sports shoes.

The Air Jordan V was the first basketball sneaker to feature 3M material (the Nike Air Epic was the first ever).

Tinker Hatfield still designed Air Jordans when Michael Jordan retired for the first time.

MIchael Jordan wasn't happy with the Air Jordan X.

The Air Jordan XI was inspired by a lawn mower.

The Air Jordan XVII was the first $200 basketball sneaker.