Air Jordan 9
The Air Jordan 9 was released in 1994 and was the first Jordan Brand sneaker to not be worn on the court on the feet of the man himself. This shoe was supposed to resemble how the Jordan Brand had Global recognition. They also featured texts in various languages including Japanese, Russian, German, Spanish, French, and Swahili that translated to words inspired by Michael like “Dedicated”, “Intense”, and “Sport”. Topping off the theme, the heel’s Jumpman logo featured a globe behind it.