Michael Jordan's 11th signature shoe, one of the most iconic basketball shoes of all time. Notorious for its patent leather detailing and sleek look, it is truly one of the most important and beloved pieces of footwear ever to be created. When it debuted on Jordan’s feet in 1995, it was unlike anything the world had seen for a performance basketball shoe. Not only does it look incredible, but it is also one of the most historically significant Air Jordans of all time. Jordan wore the Air Jordan 11 for the entire 1995-96 NBA season on the way to chicago's historic 72-win record and the first title of their second “3-Peat” of championships from 1996-98. The Jordan 11 was brought to life by Tinker Hatfield, the famous sneaker designer behind many of the most iconic Air Jordan and Nike models since the late 1980s. Many sneaker connoisseurs consider this model his crowning achievement, and rightly so. The Air Jordan 11 has a winning blend of technical performance and stylish design, which looks just as good on the streets as it does on the hardwood.

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