Air Jordan II - White/Black-Red
The Air Jordan II took a different route than the Air Jordan I with its predominantly white build, bringing to life one of the simplest looking Air Jordan designs ever. While the White/Red colorway is also as simple as it gets, it's this White/Black-Red original colorway that everyone has always favored.
Air Jordan III - Black/Cement Grey
For the Air Jordan III, we could have easily gone with any original colorway and they would have definitely been worthy of the top spot. But it's hard to argue against a colorway that actually stands as one of the overall greatest Air Jordan styles of all time.
Air Jordan IV - Black/Cement Grey
Just like the Air Jordan III, the Black/Cement Grey Air Jordan IV is another one of the overall greatest Air Jordan styles of all time. While a countless amount of heads might prefer the white-based AJ IV, it's the Black/Cement Grey pair that everyone really appreciates and remembers seeing on MJ's feet as he hit 'The Shot' to beat the Cavs back in '89 for one of the most memorable moments of his career.
Air Jordan V - Black/Metallic Silver
While most of the Air Jordan V styles were all leather-based and kept things simple with a white upper, it was the black-based pair that really stood out with their durable nubuck upper, icy sole and metallic silver accents. Grapes could have easily taken the top spot, but it's hard to argue against a colorway actually worn on court by MJ during the rise of his career.
Air Jordan VI - Black/Infrared
Not only taking the top spot just based on their visual appeal, but the Black / Infrared Air Jordan VI is also most memorable for being worn by MJ as he finally captured his first-career NBA title with the Bulls in 1991. The combination of Black / Infrared still stands as one of the most unique reiterations of the iconic Chicago Bulls color scheme.