Air Jordans

Nike Air Jordan XI

The White/Columbia Blue XI was designed for Michael Jordan to wear at the 1996 All-Star Game. The sleek white patent upper and icy blue outsole matched the All-Star uniform, but still allowed Jordan to stand out.

Nike Air Jordan X

Tinker Hatfield’s original design for the X was done without Michael Jordan’s input because he had retired from basketball, and it featured a shallow toe cap that Jordan didn’t like.

Nike Air Jordan IX

The minimalist Air Jordan IX, designed by Tinker Hatfield and Mark Smith, features an innovative one-pull lacing system, which allows for easier tightening of the shoes.

Nike Air Jordan VIII

The Air Jordan VIII is easily identified by the unique color splash on the shoe’s midsole and also features a chenille rendition of the Jumpman logo on the tongue.