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Jordan Classic Low – Black – Red + White – Cement

May 21, 2010 BY / 0

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The recently released Jordan 1 Fund and upcoming Air Jordan RPM are both low-cut street-shoe designs that are ideal for those who wish to stay loyal to the brand but might be beyond the ‘Retro’ stage. The Jordan Classic Low released last month but slipped under the radar since that time, which is understandable considering the amount of attention geared towards the Air Jordan Retros and development of the Infrared Pack. The Classic Low shares a few design elements from the Fund and RPM – low-mid cut, stitched midsole, visible Air, borderline skate-shoe design – with the white pair featuring micro perforations and a speckled midsole and the black pair featuring patent leather on the mudguard and nubuck on the upper. Check out the images after the jump and head over to Finishline if you’re interested in a pair.

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