The beginning to a new three-peat. The Air Jordan 11 was another Tinker Hatfield creation and was first released for the 1995-96 season. The Air Jordan XI is arguably the most famous and sought-after silhouette in the Jordan line. This sneaker saw the return of the clear rubber sole and became the first athletic shoe to feature patent leather. While wearing the Air Jordan XI, Michael Jordan led the Bulls to 72 regular season wins, won his fourth NBA title, and became the second player ever to win the MVP for the regular season and NBA Finals all in the same season. Jordan averaged 30.4 points per game and scored 40 or more points in nine games with the Air Jordan XI. For wearing a concord colorway during the playoffs, Michael Jordan was fined $5,000 twice. It didn't take long for the XI to become the fastest selling model in the Jordan line. The Air Jordan XI was first retroed in 2000-2001.