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Jordan Brand Fall/Holiday 2011 Apparel Lookbook

August 11, 2011 BY / 0

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Jordan Brand apparel reaches back into the original days of the Air Jordan, when Nike released accompanying athletic apparel with the shoes – typically tracksuits and exercise gear. As the years went by, the graphic t-shirt was the popular item, with colorful threads matching Air Jordan Retro releases. More recently, Jordan Brand’s apparel department has broadened itself with more everyday-wearable clothing, like fitted polo shirts, casual hooded sweatshirts, and even down jackets, and this holiday gift-giving season, getting a sweater from your grandparents might not be such a bad thing. In addition to the lifestyle apparel is a new set of Melo and Wade apparel in the form of graphic t-shirts and jersey. Check out the Jordan Brand Holiday 2011 Apparel modeled by Jordan Brand athlete Andre Johnson below and stick with Sneaker News for all your Jordan Brand product information!

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