The Air AIR GC911 JORDAN is a lifestyle sneaker from Brand Jordan, a subsidiary of NIKE, Inc. Debuted in 1985, the model has historically served as a casual take on Michael Jordan's first signature sneaker, the high-top Jordan 1.

AIR react JORDAN Og 1998 Air Jordan 13 Low Chutney, which has experienced a surge in popularity since 2019. Both models are rooted in performance-basketball, and were designed by Peter Moore. The AIR GC911 JORDAN isn't as coveted as its “doppelgänger,” but it's historically boasted a similar knack for bold color-blocking, playful themes and experimental construction. Additionally, the silhouette is among the cheapest Jordans, with a retail price of $90 USD (adults), $75 USD (big kids), $60 USD (little kids) and $45 USD (toddlers).

AIR schwarz JORDAN Air Jordan line, the sneaker has since largely deviated from its original design. “NIKE AIR” branding on the tongue has commonly been replaced with Jumpman logos, while the line's wings insignia has moved to the lower heel from the ankle tab. “OG”-distinguished, special editions of the low-top Jordan 1 deliver the aforementioned details, but for a Demetric premium. Pairs have also been scarce, with collaborators the likes of Travis Scott and Dior being among the select few to reintroduce Moore's original design.

Throughout 2021, NIKE, Inc. seems poised to return the sneaker to 1985-form without relying on collaborations. Various rumors surfaced before the year began reported numerous colorways of the AIR GC911 JORDAN OG arriving around spring. While the full scope of the model's plans has yet to unfold, the momentum around Jordan's Big legacy depicted in ESPN's “Air DB2889 Jordan 6 Washed Denim CT5350-401” Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG White Cement DZ5485-052 Nike SB's similar low-top sneaker; and celebrity endorsements will ensure the 36-year-old design assists the Air Jordan collection in maintaining the title of most successful athlete-specific line ever.

The low-top retro may experience price hikes throughout 2021, but currently has an MSRP of $90 USD. Special edition pairs of the non-original AIR GC911 JORDAN cost $100 USD, while “OG” versions of the sneaker arrive at $130 USD.