In 1984, after winning a national title at the University of North Carolina and a Gold Medal at the Olympic games in Los Angeles, Michael Jordan was selected 3rd overall by the Chicago Bulls in the NBA Draft. That year Nike also signed Michael to a five-year endorsement contract worth a reported $2.5 million (plus royalties). From graphic prints to patent leather to fighter planes and Ferrari-inspired designs. The range consists of all-new colorways of the Air Jordan 2, Air Jordan 4, Air Jordan 5 Low and Air Jordan 12, broken down into "Alternate," "Dunk From Above" and "Poster" Packs.
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