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NBA Feet: Gilbert Arenas – Air Jordan VIII Low – White – Metallic Silver

January 9, 2011 BY / 0

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What’s next for Gilbert Arenas? How about the Air Jordan VIII Low in White/Metallic Silver? For Friday night’s match-up against the Houston Rockets, Gilbert Arenas broke out the 2003 release Air Jordan VIII Low, and it was quite an easy color-match with his uniform. Arenas has certainly kept us on our toes with his sneaker rotation because he’s been rocking all types of great sneakers since the beginning of the season. Arenas has yet to pledge an allegiance with one sneaker brand, which is reflected in his choice of brands – Jordan, Nike, Under Armour, and Fila being the brands he’s flashed this season. Check out Gilbert and his Air Jordan VIII Low after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for more Gilbert Arenas sneaker updates! via ESPN.

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