September 28, 2011 BY John Kim / 9
Over the weekend, Sneaker News gave you a look at an all-new Jordan Brand performance footwear model titled the Jordan Big Ups. It featured a full-length 360 Max Air unit, seen first on the Jordan Take Flight of last year, with a uniquely designed upper that provided both performance and aesthetic pluses. Here we have a look at a wear-test sample of the Jordan Take Off, which at quick glance looks similar to the Air Max LeBron VII; look carefully and you’ll spot a notable difference between this sample and the Jordan Big Ups – the Max Air unit is only visible for about two-thirds of the sole. Whether this ‘Jordan Take Off’ or the Big Ups is the final product on this new basketball-ready is still not confirmed, but check out the detailed shots below and let us know which of the two you prefer, and visit the full auction from 2legit2quit78 on eBay.
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These need to stay samples. I don't understand why JB designers are so terrible nowadays. It makes no sense to have sooo many Team Jordans that are ugly or either corny rehashings of old Jordans. It really is ridiculous.
I honestly thought I'd seen the ugliest Jordan shoe ever, but this one takes the cake! How does a designer draw this and think it looks good?
MAN...THESE #AIRJORDANTAKEOFF ARE #WIGGGGGGIDACKK..(MARTINPAYNE VOICE)LOL..THESE ARENT EVEN BRAND NEWIE...THEY BEEN WORN AND SCUFFED...THEY LOOK LIKE #ADIDAS ON STERIODS...#JORDANBRAND SEND THESE 2 DA OUTLES..THESE AINT MEETING DA NUMBERZ...