There’s a reason why these shoes have Jordan loyalist lining up around the block to get their hands on this shoe. In 1996, his first full season back from retirement Jordan led his Chicago Bulls to an NBA record 72 regular season victories. The Iconic moment in the Jordan 11’s came when MJ won his fourth championship against Seattle on Father’s Day, arguably his most memorable title as MJ was able to honor his father who died a few years earlier. The shoe itself changed the game with the introduction of the patent leather design on a basketball sneaker. The innovation between the corder mesh and carbon fiber spring plate help make this sneaker one of the most beloved Jordan’s all-time.
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