March 29, 2012 BY John Kim
The Air Jordan X is the shortest-lived on-court Air Jordan in the entire legacy, lasting just a handful of games of before the Air Jordan XI debuted during the second round of the 1995 NBA Playoff match-up between the Bulls and Magic. Michael first rocked the Concords and was forced to switch to the ‘Space Jam’ with the ’45’ labeled on the heel, but remember Michael reverted back to his old ’23’ jersey number, making for a mis-match of numbers on his jersey and kicks. This pair of originals you see here is not only that original ’45’ sample, but game-worn by Michael during that memorable series and autographed by MJ himself; it’s like the ultimate trifecta of must-have MJ memorabilia, and the seller states that these were once in the possession of Jordan’s Magic opponent Nick Anderson. If you need these in your collection (or have some wishful thinking), peep the gallery of this rare pair below and check out the listing from pistol07 on eBay.