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Air Jordan 11 Concords

72-10, need I say more?

MJ wore the Air Jordan 11 Concords against the wishes of Tinker Hatfield and Nike, in 1996, in the playoffs against Orlando. Though MJ debut the concords in the post season before, it was the 95-96 regular season that would make the Concords even more iconic.

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Night after night, win after win, MJ rocked the Concords leading the Bulls to a record breaking 72-10 record, and eventually winning a 4th NBA championship. The 95-96 team was dubbed the UnstoppaBulls. 

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Air Jordan DMP 2006

In 2006 Jordan Brand released its first 2 shoe package. The Air Jordan DMP Defining Moments Package, honored the 2 Air Jordan’s that Michael wore while winning the first championships in his two 3peats. 

The 1991 Championship, Michaels very first was represented by the Air Jordan 6, while Michael’s 1996 championship, his first after coming out of retirement is represented by the Air Jordan 11.

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Each shoe was bore both gold accents and gold dog tags to further give them that championship feel. Not to mention the big gold box they are packaged in.

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DMP- championship colorways, championship quality. Simply the best package released by Jordan Brand. 
 

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