Air Jordan 31 'Banned"
Jordan Brand officially unveiled the Air Jordan XXX1 (31) on July 20, 2016. The sneaker served as the thirty first Air Jordan game shoe. Designed by Tate Kuerbis, the sneaker was directly inspired by the "banned" black and red Air Jordan 1 and its design was billed as a modern-day reinterpretation of the original. The upper featured a combination of Flyweave and synthetic leather and was the first-of-its-kind. In addition, the upper also featured a Nike Swoosh, a Jordan Jumpman, and the Jordan Wings logo. From a cushioning perspective, the Air Jordan 31 featured full-length Zoom Air and FlightSpeed technology.