During the 1985/1986 season, a broken foot couldn’t deny His Airness with a playoff push. Deciding between shoes, the Air Jordan 2 featured more support and cushioning but the Air Jordan 1 was what he was more comfortable in. Finding a common ground for his return, the Air Jordan 1 High The Return was created. Featuring the upper of the Air Jordan 1 and the tooling of the Air Jordan 2, this colorway is inspired by the team he faced in his first game back. This sneaker mixes the Bucks’ 80s palette, resulting in a sand dune suede and gorge green make-up with white and red accents.