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Air Jordan 2011 – Oak Hill Academy PE

April 4, 2011 BY / 0

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Jordan Brand has been showing tons of love to NYC now that Carmelo Anthony is back home playing for the Knicks, but this should come as no surprise given how well they’ve supported Melo’s alma mater.  Check out the latest in a long line of Oak Hill Academy player exclusive sneakers, the Air Jordan 2011 in a white, red and yellow colorway that’d make Dwayne Wade jealous.  These colors aren’t kept to the sole as with D-Wade’s PEs, but instead we see a two-toned mudguard that draws extra attention to the special tongue logos.  The left is Oak Hill’s Warrior mascot and the right is the NHSI national championship insignia, the game where, ironically enough, Oak Hill lost to Kevin Durant’s Montrose Christian school on Saturday.  It’ll be interesting to see if we get a special KDIII in commemoration of the chip; will they be able to hold a candle to the Oak Hill Air Jordan 2011?  via Paul Biancardi

 

 

 

 

 

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