UPDATE (August 4, 11:17 a.m.): 
Jimmy Gorecki skated in a pair of Air Jordan IVs the other week, and he recently gave us an exclusive look at the aftermath on the sneakers.

Check out the images below:

See original story from July 22, 2015, below.

The Air Jordan 1 is nearly remembered as strongly for being skated in by the Bones Brigade as it is for being worn during Michael Jordan's rookie season. While the Jordan 1 has become a representation of skate culture in the '80s, other Air Jordans made their presence known in the '90s and 2000s, thanks to East Coast skaters being influenced by hip-hop and streetwear. One of those people was Jimmy Gorecki, who you might remember skating for Aesthetics and Ice Cream. Yesterday he tapped into his roots, pulled out his board, and put in work and wore a pair of "White Cement" Air Jordan IVs at the Berrics.

Gorecki posted a few skate clips to his Instagram page, in which he breaks out a nollie crooked grind and a wall ride, while wearing an Allen Iverson jersey. It's good to see him get back out there and show people how it's done — you know, actually wearing your sneakers to do something cool.

Watch the footage below.



A video posted by @jimmyxsweats on Jul 21, 2015 at 7:45pm PDT



Old heads doin old moves 📹: @akamrod

A video posted by @jimmyxsweats on Jul 21, 2015 at 7:31pm PDT


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