November 8, 2011 BY John Kim / 0
The Air Jordan legacy has taken a more colorful turn over the last few years, deviating from the basic Chicago Bulls-inspired colorways to more colorful varieties. Truth be told, no Air Jordan looks better than when it’s painted up in any combination of White, Black, and Red, and this daunting set-up of the Air Jordan 1 through Air Jordan 2010 in a re-done Home Bulls motif should be clear and present evidence of that. Each Air Jordan features the similar blocking of white uppers, red outsoles and inner linings, and black laces, and surprisingly, this otherwise recycled color combination brings fresh new life to the Air Jordan legacy. This entire collection is up on display at the new Nike Portland retail space, but if for an indulgent viewing of the entire set, check ‘em out below. via weibo.
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21's and 13s look nice, but I dunno how I feel about that thick red outsole on a white shoe like most of the others....
I really like all of them , some of the ones that are usally i like in this color way . Realese these please i would rock and stock !!!
they did the same shit with the display case in the UNC colorway which was so fucking fire, man i hate them for doing this to us, give u so much of our money and can't even listen to any of our requests like fuck u guys
See this goes to show you that JB is on some BS. They can put together displays like this for their in store promotion, but they turn around and release some stupid crap colorways to the people....Give us this JB!!! This is what the people want, not any wolf gray, volt, total orange, obsidian, brown suede colorways...SMH....
theres something about the balck laces that aint helpin ....i think theyll look way better with white laces
the most HORRIFFIC set of shoes man has ever had the chance to lay eyes on. I'd rather wear something from payless shoe store then these muther fuckers! keep it 100