When a freshman Michael Jordan hit the jumper that helped his UNC squad win the 1982 national championship, he was wearing Converse. Thirty years later (damn), Converse and Jordan Brand are celebrating the shot that ushered in his Airness with a super limited edition commemorative pack.
Each pack comes with the gear MJ rocked when he hit the open J, a size 40 UNC jersey and a size 13 pair of Converse Pro Leathers. Each package comes in a polished wooden case, only 30 were made, and is individually numbered and signed by Air Jordan. Well, 30 were made, but MJ got seven for himself; leaving 23 for the devout to surely run up the price on eBay. However, all proceeds of the auctions will go to the James R. Jordan Foundation, a charity established by Michael Jordan's mother, Deloris, in honor of her late husband.
Photo: Jordan Brand/Converse