Player Exclusives have come a long way dating back as early as the Mid 90’s. A few months ago, we showed you the Mitch Richmond Air Jordan 10 which was thought to be the oldest PE but today…

 

 

 

 

We have a look at another PE that belonged to BJ Armstrong. BJ was an integral part of the NBA’s Chicago Bulls dynasty of the 1990s and was known for rocking the number 10 during his career. Having only made the All Star Game one time in his career, BJ was assigned a special pair of Air Jordan 9’s for the game that featured a stitched number 10 on the back. This was around the same time the Air Jordan 9 released world wide. Take a look at the Air Jordan 9 after below!

Via Phase2x

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  • JsOnMyFeetz

    Phase2x kills it again!

  • HeroAJ

    the 9s are flyer than most people want to admit…only Jordans i would never touch are the 21s,22s,and the 2010s