2015 marks the 20th year the Michael Jordan Flight School basketball camp. Held in California, the 775-attendee camp offers both the day($660) and overnight($800) options. While overseeing sessions, His Airness wore several different Air Jordan XX9 Low pairs; below we take a look at two of them.
Surprisingly, the camp doesn’t outfit either sessions (overnight or day) with anything. There is camp Dri-Fit t-shirts, but those are sold in the large camp store (though every attendee that completes camp leaves with a Jordan Brand giftbag, Flight School poster, personal Michael Jordan autograph, and three meals each day).
Michael Jordan has a history of unveiling lowtop Air Jordans in other organic ways at his own camp, like on a float after winning a Larry O’Brien trophy with the Chicago Bulls. No official word as to if any Air Jordan XX9 Low will release.