Black basketball shoes. Black leather with red, grey and white trim, plastic/rubber soles, black rubber mesh, black nylon shoestrings. Ankle height. Size: 13; The red logo on the tongues of the shoes is the Air Jordan trademark logo.
13 88111 2 FT 2/made in Taiwan/fabrique en taiwan/Pat. Nos. 4183156; 4340626; Flight
These shoes, named "Air Jordans" were worn and donated by Chicago Bulls basketball player Michael Jordan. He wore them during the 1989 NBA playoffs.
These basketball shoes, worn during the 1989 playoffs by Michael Jordan, were most likely on Jordan's feet when he took "the Shot" that led the Chicago Bulls to victory against the Cleveland Cavaliers during the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. While they lost to the Pistons, Michael "Air" Jordan would later become one of the greatest players of all time, leading the Chicago Bulls to six championships during the 1990s including two "three-peats" familiarly known as the "three-peat repeat" including years 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, and 1998. Air Jordans remain some of the most coveted shoes by teenagers and young basketball fans today, and the name Air Jordan represents extraordinary drive, talent and excellence.