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Michael Jordan debuted the Concord XI on May 7, 1995 during Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals against the Orlando Magic. It got the ‘Concord’ nickname from the Concord Purple accents on the shoe. They featured the number “45: on the heel as that was Jordan’s newly adopted jersey number after he came back from retirement.

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12/4/2018 12:47 PM By Bradley Sass Air Jordan 11, News

Nail biting and teeth chattering, an extra-inning game at Candlestick Park was never for the weak of heart. The honour of receiving a coveted Croix de Candlestick pin for braving chilly late nights in the infamous Bay Area stadium was one that only some diehards could boast. The pin carried the motto, ‘Veni, Vidi, Vixi” (“I came, I saw, I survived”) in reference to the stadium’s legendary cold winds.

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Utilizing the same award-winning acoustic technology of their latest wireless headphones, Riff Wireless is the perfect companion for young trendsetters looking for an affordable pair of great quality headphones.

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Happy Socks , famous for turning socks and underwear into stylish design items, are dipping their toes into swimwear for the first time. The new line consists of a colourful selection of swimsuits for ladies and swim shorts for men, which marks the start of Happy Socks first ever swimwear collection, exclusively available at Shesha.

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Inspired by the shirt he wore the night of his acceptance speech for “Rookie of the Year” on April 30 1985, the Jordan brand has designed an Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG as an ode to Jordan’s breakthrough year in the NBA.

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The Chinese Singles’ Day represents a day where the youth celebrate their pride in being single. Commemorated annually on 11 November the date originates from the number “1” which resembles an individual who is without a partner. Nike gave their Air Force 1 Lows a brand new star-studded makeover in time for the celebration.

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11/13/2018 10:32 AM By Bradley Sass Air Force 1, Nike, Star-studded, Singles' Day, News

When he wasn’t bossing the basketball court, Michael Jordan frequently switched up Nike’s best trainers. One he wore more than most was the Air Trainer 1 “Tinker” released in 1987 that gained notoriety for its unique “Chlorophyll” colourway.

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In continuing their celebrations of the ingrained relationship between Nike Air Force 1 and the NBA, the folks at Nike are composing more team-coloured inspired versions of the legendary silhouette with the latest version set to drop this Friday, 9 November 2018 at Shesha Lifestyle.

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On April 16, 2003, MJ took his final bow. And wearing Air Jordan XVIIIs, he went out in style. Like several models before it, the shoe took Italian design and sports cars as its muses. It had royalty at its core, with tasteful colorways and notable craftsmanship. The “Black Royal” pair came with a towel, brush and a driver’s manual.

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Michael Jordan’s footwear legacy has always paid homage to the Air Jordans he wore off the court, but his off-court looks have arguably had the same effect on sneaker culture.

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