Air Jordan 1 + Jordan Super.Fly RTTG “Washington DC” – Release Reminder

July 13, 2012 BY / 1

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Yes folks, Jordan is hitting Washington DC this weekend. No His Airness isn’t stepping out onto the hardwood again in a Wizards jersey, but rather Jordan Brand will be making a stop there for the latest leg of the World Basketball Festival. And even if you’re not in the area there’s still reason to celebrate, as this duo of sneakers will be dropping on the weekend as well to commemorate the occasion. The Air Jordan 1 and Jordan Super.Fly RTTG ‘Washington DC’ both emulate the style of a decorated serviceman, paying homage to the many medals and badges that would strip ethe jacket of such a hero via the colorful sections towards the top. Click through with us to check out both pairs and be on the look out for these World Basketball Festival tie-ins tomorrow, July 14th, at your Jordan Brand accounts or a right now on eBay.

Air Jordan 1 RTTG ‘Washington DC’
Obsidian/Metallic Gold-White
539542-435
07/14/12
$130

Jordan Super.Fly RTTG ‘Washington DC’
Obsidian/Metallic Gold-White
539540-435
07/14/12
$140


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Cmoneymontana
Cmoneymontana

Finally a DC exclusive, but the worst colorway. Damn you JB. lol

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