The fully-fledged microsite features every original Air Jordan model, from the iconic AJ 1 to the most recent AJ 32.
Besides the aforementioned details, the site also lists unreleased models, retro colorways, and old-school photos of Michael Jordan himself.
In addition, the brand also wants Air Jordan collectors to contribute to the collection. They can do so by submitting photos of their AJs. These photos should be uploaded to Instagram or Twitter and tagged with the hashtag #AirJordanCollection.
To find out more about the entire collection, click here.
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