Michael B. Jordan Wears Air Jordans to Lakers Game
The Air Jordan brand was first created by Nike in 1984 for basketball player Michael Jordan.
On Sunday, May 9th, actor Michael B. Jordan was spotted at the Staples Center in Los Angeles wearing a pair of Air Jordan 4 "White Oreo" sneakers to watch the Los Angeles Lakers play against the Phoenix Suns.
The actor, known for his roles in "Creed," "Black Panther," and "Fruitvale Station," has been a long-time fan of the Air Jordan brand.
The actor's choice to wear Air Jordans to a Lakers game is not surprising, as he is a known fan of the brand.
Since then, the brand has become a cultural phenomenon, with many people collecting and wearing the iconic sneakers.
The Air Jordan 4 was first released in 1989 and has been re-released several times since then, with different colorways and collaborations.
In a 2018 interview with Vanity Fair, Jordan stated that his favorite pair of Air Jordans were the Air Jordan 11s.
The Air Jordan 4 "White Oreo" sneakers that Jordan was seen wearing at the Lakers game are a new release from the brand.
They feature a white leather upper with black speckles and accents, along with a white and black sole. The sneakers were released on May 29th, 2021 and sold out quickly.