You don't have to be near one of the select spots in the U.S. restocking "Banned" Air Jordan 1s in-store today to take part in the celebration of the shoe. It's also popped up online again, with nike.com bringing pairs back here.
Unfortunately, this restock isn't as simple as clicking the link and trying to add a size to your cart. The shoes must be unlocked via Nike's access codes, so those hoping to purchase will have to log in via their Nike+ account to see if they can but the shoe. Some Nike+ users are reporting on Twitter that they're getting notifications through the app that pairs have been reserved for them.
It's unclear how Nike is deciding who its letting buy the sneakers—access code distribution has been seemingly random in the past.