August 14, 2012 BY Brendan Dunne
Hats off to you if you were around during the days when Michael Jordan used to debut the next in line for the Air Jordan series at the NBA All-Star Game each year. 20 years ago that sneaker was the Air Jordan VII ‘Bordeaux’, with its on-screen debut solidifying yet another Tinker Hatfield hit from the Air Jordan lineup. One young man was fortunate enough to take home that very pair that MJ wore on February 9th, 1992, an autographed gift from Michael as part of a Make a Wish Foundation arranged meet and greet after the game. Click through with us to check out this insane piece of Air Jordan history straight out of Michael Jordan’s All-Star Game performance and peep the chance to bid on the game-worn Air Jordan VII ‘Bordeaux’ original at Grey Flannel.
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