Here are some of Matt's favorite Air Jordan sneakers. His collection used to be much larger, focusing on both everyday wearing shoes and non-wearing collectables. Today, most of the shoes in Matt's collection are meant to be worn and enjoyed. Many, many other Jordan models have been introduced over the years, but these are the initial 23 models.  Originally, Brand Jordan announced that naming signature Jordans after Roman numerals ended at the 23rd design.  However, in 2013, Jordan went back on their pledge, and introduced the Jordan XX8.

This is the Air Jordan I, originally released in 1985.

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This is the Air Jordan II, originally released in 1986.

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This is the Air Jordan III, originally released in 1988.

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This is the Air Jordan "Mars" IV, originally released in 1989.

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This is the Air Jordan "Fire Red" V, originally released in 1990.

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This is the Air Jordan "Carmine" VI, originally released in 1991.

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This is the Air Jordan "Citrus" VII, originally released in 1992.

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This is the Air Jordan "Pea Pod" VIII, originally released in 1993.

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This is the Air Jordan IX, originally released in 1993. MJ never played a season in these shoes.

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This is the Air Jordan X, originally released in 1995.

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This is the Air Jordan XI, originally released in 1996, and have been re-released every year since 2006.

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This is the Air Jordan XII, originally released in 1997.

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This is the Air Jordan XIII, originally released in 1998.

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This is the Air Jordan XIV, originally released in 1999.

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This is the Air Jordan XV, originally released in 2000.

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This is the Air Jordan XVI, originally released in 2001.

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This is the Air Jordan XVII, originally released in 2002.

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This is the Air Jordan XVIII, originally released in 2003.

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This is the Air Jordan XIX, originally released in 2004.

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This is the Air Jordan XX, originally released in 2005.

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This is the Air Jordan XXI, originally released in 2006.

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This is the Air Jordan XX2, originally released in 2007.

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This is the Air Jordan XX3, originally released in 2008.

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Didn't get enough heat? Here, you can check out Matt's 100-pair, unworn Jordan collection that he sold to Sole Contol in South Philly. Click the image below to see it all!

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