The Air Jordan Defining Moments Package (DMP) was definitely one of the best sneaker packages to ever release. The DMP consisted of the Air Jordan 6 (VI) DMP and the Air Jordan 11 (XI) DMP, two of the most sought after Air Jordan sneakers upto date. What most people are not aware of is the fact that Jordan Brand was going to make the DMP package contain three pairs of sneakers and retail at $500. The third sneaker that was planned to release was the Converse Pro Leather All-Star sample that is shown above. There was an extremely limited quantity of the Converse samples produced and they were all never made available to the public. This Converse Pro Leather All-Star features a white and gold colorway which is highlighted by the “23” on the heel in Carolina Blue and the image of Michael Jordan making the game winning shot to win his first NCAA championship ever on the heel as well. Making this pair even more special is the fact that Michael Jordan himself wore the Converse Pro Leather All-Stars throughout his college career with the North Carolina Tarheels. These were never released to the public and will most likely never be released in the future either. Via RIF.