In 1985 Michael Jordan was the rookie of the year and played in the All-Star game with the Air Jordan 1 Banned. This was the first shoe to be worn in the NBA with multiple colors. Peter Moore was the man behind the Air Jordan 1. When Michael Jordan first looked at the AJ1, his response was “I’m not wearing that shoe. I’ll look like a clown”. With time, the shoe slowly grew on him. What started as a basketball sneaker quickly crossed over into pop culture and is now a well known silhouette.