Jordan 1 RetroBHM (2015)
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Black History Month sneaker releases have become a large part of the sneaker game thanks to releases like the Air Jordan 1 Retro "BHM" in 2015. Over the years, BHM sneakers have changed dramatically from the basic Air Force 1 with flag stitched into the heel back in the day to the modern era which consists of a handful of releases from many of the major brands with matching apparel and accessories. For the 2015 Black History Month collection, Nike opted for a very simple formula, a black and white color scheme with a Kente cloth-inspired graphic to complement the colorway. The Jordan 1 BHM was a part of larger collection of sneaker designs across basketball, football, running, soccer and skateboarding that honored six athletes and coaches who have positively impacted sport with their courage and determination: Theotis Beasley, Kevin-Prince Boateng, Jerry Rice, Brianna Rollins, C. Vivian Stringer and John Thompson. Like most of the Black History Month sneaker releases, the Air Jordan 1 BHM helped raise awareness and a portion of proceeds from the sale of the 2015 BHM Collection go to the Ever Higher Fund. Although it is more limited than many realize, the 2015 Air Jordan 1 Retro High BHM never caught on in popularity the way that traditional Jordan 1 Retro colorways have.