Jordan Super.Fly Low – Black – Grey – White

September 24, 2012 BY / 2

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The Jordan Super.Fly was simply a can’t-miss shoe for the Summer/Fall 2012 seasons. It was rolled out in a vast library of colorways, with the standouts being the World Basketball Festival benchmark colorways and the finale being the historic colorway worn by the Jordan Brand Olympians Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, and Maya Moore en route to their respective Gold Medal games. The Super.Fly Low will continue to soar at the same altitude as its Mid-cut sibling while giving ballers the option to go the popular low-cut route – like in this gorgeous black/grey/white colorway. We’ve got a detailed viewing of this impressive model after the jump, so give it a look and stay tuned for more updates from the Super.Fly Low and the rest of Jordan Brand’s much-anticipated Holiday 2012 line-up.


Photos: Jordan Brand Hong Kong

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Jerronimo
Jerronimo

not bad. I normally don't like team jordans but these are clean. Kind of a new twist to the space jam 11's. Looks easy to keep clean too. I'll keep rocking my 11's tho.

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