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Air Jordan IX – Game-Worn ’45’ PE Cleats on eBay

April 5, 2011 BY / 0

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Sneaker News has shown you a variety of Air Jordan cleats ranging from Deion Sanders’ football AJXIs from back in 1996 all the way up to C.C. Sabathia’s own ‘Concords’ from this year’s MLB Opening Day.  But the original Jumpman spikes belonged to Mike himself, the Air Jordan IX player exclusive he wore in ’94 as a member of the Birmingham Barons.  MJ’s ’45’ edition Nines featured a Nike MCS sole to handle the outfield grass and the above pictured size 13.5 was one of Michael’s own game worn pairs, a super-rare gem that’d enhance any Air Jordan collection.  Click through to see more images of this Upper Deck-certified Air Jordan IX cleat and check out the BIN price available from vivid.vintage on eBay.

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