President Obama’s Air Jordans Came In This Appropriately Fly Shoebox

No standard bright-orange box for the Commander-In-Chief.

This past weekend, President Obama made a visit to the Nike's World Headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon to promote the Trans-Pacific Partnership, an international trade agreement that would lower tariffs on sneakers and could possibly lead to increased domestic manufacturing here in the US. To commemorate the POTUS' appearance, Nike swagged out the Commander-In-Chief with a pair of Air Jordan 11Lab IVs and a pair of as-yet-unseen Jordan MTMs— a special edition sneaker created by Michael Jordan, legendary designer Tinker Hatfield and Nike CEO Mark Parker. The all-black Air Jordan 11Lab IVs were presented in a custom shoebox bearing the President's official seal. Check out the kicks below and stay tuned for unveil of Obama's custom Jordan MTM.

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President Obama’s Air Jordans Came In This Appropriately Fly Shoebox