Keeping track of Air Jordans used to be easy. Back when Mike was racking up scoring titles and slam-dunk championships (but not the other kind of championships quite yet), releases were limited to three or four colorways a year. There were no retros, some models weren't even released as lowtops. Now? Forget about it. There have likely been as many Air Jordans released this year so far as there were in the first seven or eight years of Mike's career combined. As such, some models fall by the wayside without getting the respect they deserve. So we present here The 25 Most Underrated Air Jordans of All Time — get 'em while you can still afford 'em.
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