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Jordan Fly 23 – Midnight Navy – White

September 1, 2011 BY / 0

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With Jordan Brand’s title athlete having long since stepped away from the game, how do designers continue his legacy with Mike being out of the public eye? Nike designer Gemo Wong spoke to this issue recently, and one of the many solutions has been to pull from the stable of all-star athletes that Jordan Brand has gathered. Chief among those is Dwyane Wade, whose recent signature sneaker the Jordan Fly Wade is already seeing a spin-off model in the form of the Jordan Fly 23. The above colorway sticks with a deep shade of blue, paired with a clean white that shows up on the JB logos, the midsole, and on the wavy grid that flows along the side panel of the shoe. Take a full look after the jump and hit up Eastbay for a pair of the Jordan Fly 23 in Midnight Navy/White.

Jordan Fly 23
Midnight Navy/White
454094-401


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