Air Jordan Pantone 284 Laser Collection – ‘For the Love of the Game’ | Part 1

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Michael Jordan’s entire catalog of career achievements was driven by love; his love for the game, the competition, the camaraderie, and the challenge were all encased into his drive for success, and six championships later, Jordan’s love has created a new standard for excellence. Sneaker News showed you a gorgeous display of the entire Air Jordan Legacy featuring a familiar blue-and-white colorway as well as an intricate laser-etched applique on each shoe. The specific color-tone – that which exemplifies Michael Jordan’s Love of the Game – is called Pantone 284, and has spilled impeccably over the Air Jordan Legacy, starting with Original Air Jordan 1 to the Air Jordan XXV (2010). Here’s a look at the first half of the Legacy, from AJ1 to AJ13, and feast your eyes on this absolutely jaw-dropping collection of  footwear because a compendium of this sort reaches us once in a lifetime. Those who love of sneakers and Air Jordans in particular are in for a real treat, so check out the first half of the collection and let us know which of the first thirteen you enjoy best. via SoleCollector.

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