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January 2, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Uncategorized

Jordans 2017, Designer Tate Kuerbis from the Ferrari LaFerrari was inspired, the main speed and high performance combination. In the design of the body of the shoe, the designer reincarnates for 30 years. Referring to the classic lines of Air Jordan 1, the uppers composed of Flyweave and leather convey the classic and future inheritance through the gradient and add a few pieces to the shoes Sub-fashion sense. For the first time in the Air Jordan will swoosh, flying LOGO, wings also appear in the upper, the starting color is selected more than a few years ago the ban on the color, designed to pay tribute to the past.
New Jordans 2016, Air Jordan 1 with the birth of 1985 to do a time and space across the 31 years of soul exchange, this feeling and history of the perfect presentation, in order to better reflect the speed of the shoes, joined the full charge in the Flight Speed ZOOM cushion, more affixed to the design so that shoes have a good start-up speed. Shoes in terms of value or performance, are now one of the best shoes market works, with the torch means the heritage of the Air Jordan 31, will open the Air Jordan series of new era.
New Jordans 2017, The Air Jordan 31 Low Quai 54 celebrates the annual Quai 54 World Streetball Championship, an international showcase of basketball culture and competition. The event will see the finest outdoor players from over ten different countries converge on the blacktop, along with this special-edition. This low-top Air Jordan 31 features a Black/White Flyweave upper that fades into a Black leather heel wrap. Both shoes are mismatched, with one accented in Red and the other in Blue. They also feature a Jumpman and the Quai 54 logo on the heels and icy translucent outsoles.

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