Back in 1982, Michael Jordan was already a star—but he was not yet the sneaker mogul he would become. It was thanks to a huge play of during college at UNC that won the NCAA Championship and launched his professional career. The next few years would determine his future, including jumping into business with Nike on his own line of sneakers. Thirty five years later, Jordan has innumerable shoes that carry his name. This past week, Jordan Brand looks back to that championship-winning play. The newest Jordan Game shoe, the 32, features an upper of UNC-inspired colors that feel super fresh.
BY PETE FORESTER