Air Jordan Melo M7 – Blackout

November 16, 2010 BY / 0

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Carmelo Anthony recently stirred the pot with some interesting comments, stating “I’m not Chris Bosh”, alluding to Bosh’s leaving Toronto in the dust without giving any chance to recuperate from the loss of its star player via a sign-and-trade. Anthony’s desire to leave Denver’s been well documented over the last few months but he’s willing to work out a deal where he leaves the team that drafted him a nice ‘back-up plan’ of sorts by being open to a trade rather than bolting for another team at the end of the season. Anthony also stated that he’s “…like LeBron James”, and we agree; he’s a superstar-caliber player with a signature shoe to call his own, and with the release of the Air Jordan Melo M7, its stronger than its ever been. Here’s a detailed look at the Air Jordan Melo M7 ‘Blackout’; featuring a tonal black upper with hints of metallic silver, the Blackout Melo M7 carries the nickname quite nicely with an interesting material used for the overall construction of the shoe and glossy layers for a SWAT appeal. These are set for a December release so check out the gallery after the jump and let us know what you think of this colorway. via Dunk.

Style: 414843-001
Color: Black/Metallic Silver-University Blue

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