U.S. President Barack Obama visited the Nike HQ in Portland, Oregon last week to discuss what is called the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal—a trade regulatory and investment treaty that involves Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States, and Vietnam.
But we won't bore you with that.
What we actually care about were Nike's presents to the world's most powerful man—an all-black Air Jordan 11Lab4 a.k.a. Jordan MTM. For the first time in history, the trio of Nike CEO Mark Parker, legendary designer Tinker Hatfield and our all-time favorite basketball player Michael Jordan worked together to design a Nike shoe—and Obama is getting first dibs.
To make their gift more impressive, Nike came up with a with a personalized sneaker box.
Take a look and get jealous!
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The president also walked away with a pair of Flyknits (said to be the first to be made in the U.S.A.) and an Air Force 1 which Parker described as a one-of-one design in red, white and blue made just for the President. Sweet!
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