Official Air Jordan 1 Retro High Thread Vol: Best Model/Thread

Best colorway?

  • Black/Red

    Votes: 967 44.9%
  • Royal

    Votes: 306 14.2%
  • Chicago

    Votes: 383 17.8%
  • Shadow

    Votes: 163 7.6%
  • Black Toe

    Votes: 218 10.1%
  • UNC

    Votes: 71 3.3%
  • Kentucky

    Votes: 19 0.9%
  • Neutral Grey

    Votes: 25 1.2%

  • Total voters
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This is the real answer. If you follow any of those sneaker pages on IG, pay attention to the next time they post a mid **** post. Usually the top comment is a guy/girl starting their comment off with "wear what you like" 😂😂😂
 
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I don't know anybody that looks at sean wotherspoon for fashion advice lol.
Pharrell and Sean have a similar style in how they dress and that's how most of the kids on them hipster pages be dressed. Short shorts with oversized tee shirts. I don't follow them religiously so I may be mistaken but that's what I tend to see.
 

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This is the real answer. If you follow any of those sneaker pages on IG, pay attention to the next time they post a mid **** post. Usually the top comment is a guy/girl starting their comment off with "wear what you like" 😂😂😂
followed by the “JORDAN WORE MIDS” or “IF TRAVIS WORE/HAD A MID….”
 
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I mean on my timeline that's how all the hipsters on the sneakers and fashion pages dress. You brothers just said that all the young kids dress like this except they wear 1s and dunks instead of whatever shoes he has on. Again my bad if I'm mistaken
 
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I mean on my timeline that's how all the hipsters on the sneakers and fashion pages dress. You brothers just said that all the young kids dress like this except they wear 1s and dunks instead of whatever shoes he has on. Again my bad if I'm mistaken
Sean Wotherspoon evendoesn't stand out in the style he dress apart from shoes at times. If anything he dresses like the typical "down to earth" appropriator that acts like Plato's Closet is a thrift store.
 
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I mean on my timeline that's how all the hipsters on the sneakers and fashion pages dress. You brothers just said that all the young kids dress like this except they wear 1s and dunks instead of whatever shoes he has on. Again my bad if I'm mistaken
I couldn’t have picked him out of a lineup, I only know his name for the 1/97 joints… but just looked at his page you linked… now I know who got the facial hair on my cheeks that won’t grow :smh: dude should line that up or something


 
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Sean Wotherspoon evendoesn't stand out in the style he dress apart from shoes at times. If anything he dresses like the typical "down to earth" appropriator that acts like Plato's Closet is a thrift store.
You're right but isn't that how all the kids dress?
 
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Question for the younger generation. Are you not getting tired of seeing everyone in Jordan 1’s and dunks? I’m not trying to be smart at all, I have a personal connection to the shoes but just thinking about when I was younger I didn’t want to wear what everyone else was. I remember going to puma’s and ASICS at one time. 😂
I mean if you’re talking teenagers and young adults they’re just doing the same thing generations before them did. Which is follow trends. I’m sure everyone in here wore something whether it be clothes or sneakers they wouldn’t put on today.

Kids by majority want to fit in. Not stick out. So as long as the cool crowd determines 1980’s Nike basketball retros are what’s cool. That’s what they will wear.
 

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Correct.

If only they knew how their quality of life would improve if they dumped all their social media activity and focused on actual real-life... also, if they knew how much of their individuality is being forfeited in the meantime. It's beyond sad. Parents share some of the blame too, though.
Yeah, but life is less certain than a bot. Why be an attribute to society, which is risky, when I can pay money for a bot and get guaranteed clout?
 
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I mean if you’re talking teenagers and young adults they’re just doing the same thing generations before them did. Which is follow trends. I’m sure everyone in here wore something whether it be clothes or sneakers they wouldn’t put on today.

Kids by majority want to fit in. Not stick out. So as long as the cool crowd determines 1980’s Nike basketball retros are what’s cool. That’s what they will wear.
This isn't true, far from it.

In the 80's and 90's it wasn't about wearing what everyone else wore. There was more individuality.

That's why you had so many different brands. Companies like British Knights or Fila would never break through now. It's hard enough for Puma or Reebok to get recognition now. If you have 20 sneaker brands it's less likely you'll see your same sneaker out.

Now everyone needs influencers, social media and celebs to tell them what to wear.

Now people won't wear Asics or Saucony, because nobody else is. They're bricks. People needed other people to get them to buy Uptown's or Dunks again. Three years ago those basic *** dunks like Syracuse, Michigan or UNLV wouldn't have been hard to get like those Michigan's from five years ago. Now a plain white and black dunk is fire?
 
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This isn't true, far from it.

In the 80's and 90's it wasn't about wearing what everyone else wore. There was more individuality.

That's why you had so many different brands. Companies like British Knights or Fila would never break through now. It's hard enough for Puma or Reebok to get recognition now. If you have 20 sneaker brands it's less likely you'll see your same sneaker out.

Now everyone needs influencers, social media and celebs to tell them what to wear.

Now people won't wear Asics or Saucony, because nobody else is. They're bricks. People needed other people to get them to buy Uptown's or Dunks again. Three years ago those basic *** dunks like Syracuse, Michigan or UNLV wouldn't have been hard to get like those Michigan's from five years ago. Now a plain white and black dunk is fire?
Great post and very accurate.
 
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I dunno... Yeah there was more competition then, but there were still people that stuck with just 1 or 2 brands. I was born in 85 and I only wore Nike sneakers up until 3-4 years ago, with the exception of a pair of Reebok classics and a few random shoes that were bought for me as a child.
 
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