May 10, 2011 BY John Kim
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If you’re thinking of a basketball shoe, worn by a Chicago Bulls player, in a White, Black, and Concord colorway, you’re probably thinking of the Air Jordan XI that Michael debuted during the 1995 NBA Playoffs. The sneaker at hand is actually not an Air Jordan shoe, nor was the colorway actually worn by a Bulls player; the Nike Air Swift was Scottie Pippen’s main squeeze during the ’93-’94 season, during which he wore the Black/Red/White colorway. Sneaker News featured it in one of our Classics Revisited segments, calling it one of the most underrated sneakers of Nike’s vast basketball catalogue. This deadstock pair of the Air Swift was one of the gems found in Jason White’s massive deadstock sneaker find, but it can now be yours to keep by hitting up the auction from jasonwhite9 on eBay.