There's no question that the Air Jordan 1 is one of the most popular silhouettes from Michael Jordan's signature line of sneakers and a quick look at resale prices can confirm it. Created during the 1985-1986 NBA season, the Air Jordan 1.5 combined the comfort of the Air Jordan 1 and the support of the Air Jordan 2 for Jordan who just recovered from a broken foot. Today, this historic hybrid silhouette provides fans with an affordable alternative to the rarer and more expensive Air Jordan 1.
Fitted in the classic black and red colorway, the Air Jordan 1.5 features the upper of the Air Jordan 1 and the sole of the Air Jordan 2. The only major difference is there is no Jordan branding on the sneaker, which would typically be found on the wing logo on the ankle.
The Air Jordan 1.5 "Bred" hits retailers on November 21 for $150. Before you drop a small fortune on a pair of "Bred" 1s, consider these. After all, the two pairs of sneakers are strikingly similar.