Michael Jordan’s signature is often displayed in subtle ways on Air Jordan sneakers. The Air Jordan XX3 might be the best example, with its black and red edition sporting multitudes of the signatures laser etched on the toebox, plus the side panels that blend MJ’s flowy John Hancock with UNC’s signature argyle pattern.
Those kicks and two other heavyweights from the Jordan legacy are pictured above with Upper Deck-endorsed signatures. To the left are the Carmine Air Jordan VI, along with the banned black and red AJ1 High. take a look at more photos after the jump, and stick with Sneaker News for the hottest Air Jordans. via SC