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Sneaker Talk: Let’s Talk – Air Jordan “Nike Air” Logo

The “Nike Air” logo was branded on every Air Jordan Release from 1985-1997. In 1997, Jordan Brand officially became their own, which they slowly started to go away from us seeing any Nike branding on their releases. Up until 2001, is when Jordan Brand stopped their retros from having the OG “Nike Air” logo, which put a more value on the classic models. Throughout the years, we have seen a couple Air Jordan 1 releases return with the “Nike Air” logo, but have yet to see a return on the models 3-6.

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Do you believe it’s time to return the “Nike Air” logo to upcoming Air Jordan Retro Releases? Ever since the Air Jordan 1 Hi “Banned” which featured the “Nike Air” logo, #sneakerheads have been waiting for Jordan Brand to feature the classic branding on other Air Jordans. What are your thoughts on this matter? If JB brought the “Nike Air” logo back, how-high of a demand would they be for you? Lastly, are you a fan of the “Nike Air” or “Jumpman” logo?

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