SneakerWatch's Top 50 Jordans of All Time!

Dec 03, 2010 | 9:00 AM    Written By: Sole Search
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    Jordan 20
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    Jordan XIII 'Altitudes
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    Jordan II
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    Jordan 23
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    Jordan XVI
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    Jordan V "Grapes'
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    Jordan IV 'Bling Bling" Edition
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    Jordan XVII
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    Jordan VII 'Pacifics'
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    Jordan X 'Steel'
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    Jordan XXIII
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    Jordan IV Military Blue
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    Jordan XIII BIN 23
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    Jordan Cobalt
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    Olympic Jordan 6
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    The Jordan 'Aqua' 8s
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    Jordan III True Blue
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    Jordan Cool Grey 9
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    Jordan VI Laser
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    Jordan XII White/Red
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    Cool Grey Jordan VI
  • 29

    Jordan Flint IX
  • 28

    Jordan 8 Black/Red Playoff Colorway
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    Jordan Flint XIII
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    Jordan XII Playoff Edition
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    Jordans #25Jodan IX
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    Jordan XIII Playoff
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    Jordan XI Black and Red
  • 22

    Jordan Olympic 7
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    Jordan VIII Bugs Bunny Edition
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    Jordan XI Cool Grey
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    Jordan IX BIN Premio
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    Jordan XII OG White/Black
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    Jordan XIII OG
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    Jordan XI Space Jam Edition
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    Jordan V Black and Metallic
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    Jordan VIOG
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    Jordan V Laney Colorway
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    Jordan VI OG
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    Jordan VII 'Hare Jordans'
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    Jordan 12 'Flu' Black/Red
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    Jordan I Black/Red
  • 8

    Jordan VI
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    Jordan IV UNDFTD
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    Jordan IV Black/Red
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    Jordan XI Concord/DMP
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    Jordan III Triple Triple OG
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    Jordan V
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    Jordan IV White Cement
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    Jordan III
SneakerWatch's Top 50 Jordans of All Time!

In commemoratin of all the HEAT coming from Jordan Brand over the next 6 months, we here at Sneaker Watch decided it fitting to do a Top 50 Jordans of all time (to date) list showcasing what we feel are the hottest Jordan variations and models to come through over the past 25 years. The rankings are based upon personal preference, how they changed or affected sneaker culture, how they changed the game, most talked about, best resale value, and what damage Mike did to teams in the selected pair.

We are not going to completely agree on this list..its just the truth. While I do think that I gave a pretty good synopsis, I am more than welcoming any suggestions as to where we may have missed the ball, or ranked your favorite model in the wrong place so if need be, we may stand corrected...let me hear your arguments.