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Air Jordan III – Andruw Jones Atlanta Braves Game-Worn PE Cleats

June 7, 2011 BY / 0

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The Air Jordan III will be an ongoing theme for 2011, so here’s a look at a variation of Jordan’s third signature shoe in baseball-ready form. These PE Cleats feature a Navy Blue, Red, and White colorway, as these were made for Andruw Jones, one of the few Jordan Brand athletes in Major League Baseball. It features Jones’ signature emblem, consisting of an outfield glove with ’25’ stitched on the center. We’ve shown you Jones’ PEs before, which have been in spiked and Turf-tread form, and clearly these have been worn during games in 2007 and have also been autographed, so if you’re either a Braves fan or a Jordan PE collector (or both), check out the images below and grab this rare collectible from sole_supreme on eBay.

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