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Jordan VIII

With its loud patterns, "carpet logo," the almost overly technical looking straps, the Air Jordan VIII perfectly captured the essence of the era in which it was designed. The VIII is also fondly remembered for being on the feet of MJ as he completed the Bulls first of two 3-Peats of NBA titles.

Tinker Hatfield's design of the VIII was a major contrast to the VII. Gone was the minimalist approach of the Huarache concept from the VII, and in was the more-is-more approach as used by the VIII. The higher cut provided the ankle support that was largely absent in the VII, and the criss-crossing straps provided a new level of lockdown in an Air Jordan. One remaining carry-over feature from the VII was the inner bootie, which provided a supreme level of comfort. -Zac, Sole Collector Magazine

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BRAND: Jordan

RELEASE: 01/01/1993