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The Air Jordan Finals Pack includes two silhouettes that serve as a reminder of MJ's final championship season. The Air Jordan 13 & 14's were interchangeably worn by Michael Jordan during the 98' NBA Finals which included some iconic moments. Dressed in white and black respectively, Jordan Brand have opted to add hits of gold on both shoes to tribute the championship and top honors achieved by the GOAT.
Farwell to the GOAT! The Air Jordan 13 was the last AJ Michael Jordan would lace up as a member of the Chicago Bulls. Released in the 1997-98 season and designed once again by legend Tinker Hatfield, the AJ 13 is regarded as the best designed Air Jordan. Tinker took inspiration from Jordan’s nickname “Black Cat” to create the look for the Air Jordan 13, the outsole was made to resemble the paws of a panther and is the first and only Air Jordan to feature a hologram. While wearing the Air Jordan 13, MJ broke Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s NBA record by scoring double-digits in 788 consecutive games. He also led the Bulls to the franchise’s sixth NBA Title and won himself his sixth Finals MVP. Being produced in China rather than Taiwan, the AJ 13 fell victim to a plethora of fakes. The Air Jordan 13 was first retroed in 2004-05.
Greatness comes to an end for the second time! The Air Jordan 14 made their debut during Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals. The pair worn during that game instantly became known as ‘Last Shot’ as Michael Jordan hit the game-winning to capture his second three-peat, beating the Utah Jazz 87-86. The Air Jordan 14 made its retail release during the 1998-99 season designed by Tinker Hatfield and Mark Smith. The inspiration for the design came from MJ’s Ferrari 550M. The Air Jordan 14 marked the first time that any AJ model featured metal tips on the laces, and had 7 jumpman logos on each sneaker for a total of 14 (at the Ferrari-like shield, insole, sole, back, lace tip, and front). Another model that produced a lot of fakes, the Air Jordan 14 was first retroed in 2005.