In 1992, Michael Jordan joined the greatest sports team ever assembled on a very special mission: to whup Croatia's butt.
Jordan joined fellow NBA heavyweights Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, Karl Malone, and Charles Barkley on the roster of the 1992 United States men's Olympic basketball team, the first U.S. team to feature pro ballers in the international contest. The team bested Croatia by 44 points to clinch a gold medal in one of the most legendary games in the history of the sport.
Now, you can own a fragment of this storied match in the form of the Olympic Air Jordan VIIs that Jordan actually wore on the court against Croatia in Barcelona, Spain.
With a patriotic red, white and blue color scheme with gold fringes and the distinct "9" on the rear, this is one pair of old shoes you'll be damn proud to wear on the court or the street. Good luck getting them to fit, though: they *are* size 13.