Air Jordan XX (20): 2004-05

Air Jordan XX (20): 2004-05

Officially available in retail stores on February 19th, the Air Jordan XX is the most technologically advanced basketball shoe in the world, underscoring Jordan’s innovation platform and performance capabilities. Crafted by legendary shoe designer Tinker Hatfield, the motorcycle-inspired shoe weaves design and technology with the patented Independent Podular Suspension (IPS) and a laser-etched strap that includes over 200 icons, creating a tapestry of stories connected to Michael Jordan’s unparalleled life and career.

“The Air Jordan XX is a reflection and celebration of my life and career over the past two decades. It’s always been more than just a shoe to me,” said Michael Jordan. “I’m honored that even after 20 years, my loyal fans and friends have continued to support me and the legacy of Air Jordan.”

“I’m excited and honored to be working again with Michael Jordan,” says Hatfield, who designed the Air Jordan III through XV. “Every time we collaborate, we always try to take the shoe to the next level and do what’s never been done before. Because the shoe celebrates MJ’s past, but is technologically designed for the future, I definitely think we got it right again.”


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