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Celebrity Shoe Sightings (Air Jordan Edition)

Over the past few weeks, we have unrolled the Sneaker Files Celebrity Shoe Sightings series. Welcome to the Air Jordan Edition!
Our last two Celebrity Shoe Sighting posts focused on Converse and New Balance. This time we feature the biggest name inspired by the greatest game. There appears to be a great history of Air Jordans appearing on the feet of celebrities. It started when Spike Lee gave the brand some free product placement in his movies. Nowadays, celebrities are photographed wearing Air Jordan sneakers both on-screen and off. From Will Smith to Seinfeld, John ‘King Ralph’ Goodman to Fred Savage (Wonder Years); the supporters of Jordan Brand are well diversified. There are some great pictures after the break. Please share your thoughts!


Kanye West – Air Jordan VIII (8) Aqua

Jay-Z – Air Jordan VII (7) Hare Countdown Pack

Spike Lee – Air Jordan Spizike

John Mayer – Air Jordan I (1) Beginning Moments Pack

Mos Def – Air Jordan IV (4) Black / Cement Grey

DJ AM – Air Jordan III (3)

Spike Lee – Air Jordan XX3 (23) All Star

Mario Lopez – Air Jordan Force Fusion III (3)

KiD CuDi – Air Jordan III (3) White / Cement Grey – Fire Red

Ludacris – Air Jordan 2009 (2k9)


White Men Can’t Jump – Air Jordan VI (6) Infrared

White Men Can’t Jump – Air Jordan V (5) Fire Red

Bones Brigade – Air Jordan I (1) Original Black / Red

King Ralph – Air Jordan V (5) Grape


Fresh Prince of Bel Air – Air Jordan V (5) Fire Red

Fresh Prince of Bel Air – Air Jordan V (5) Grape

Fred Savage (Wonder Years) – Air Jordan III (3) Fire Red

John Cena – Air Jordan 2009 (2k9)

King of Queens – Air Jordan VII (7) Citrus

Seinfeld – Air Jordan VI (6) September Blue

Mars Blackmon (Spike Lee) – Air Jordan V (5) Fire Red

DJ AM – Air Jordan 1 (I) White/Black-Red

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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