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Jordan F2F III – Black – White – Gym Red – Challenge Red

October 5, 2012 BY / 2

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Now that Dwyane Wade is no longer with Jordan Brand, we can wonder if there was in fact a Fly Wade 3 in the works long before the contract talks between both parties began. A shoe model like the F2F III sorta carries that ‘Fly Wade’ vibe about it with that high tongue and enhanced details like the indentations on the upper and the ribbed inner lining. We all wish Wade the best at Li-Ning, but we can only scoff at the untapped potential between Jordan Brand and the player that emulated MJ more than any other. In any case, Jordan Brand will continue to pump out these performance based models, so check out the classic Black/Red/White colorway of the F2F III below.

Jordan F2F III
Black/White-Gym Red-Challenge Red
535917-001


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Twebb44
Twebb44

Would be a cool high school team shoe.

LengMoua
LengMoua

Looks like some Lebron 9's gone wrong with a little hint of an Air Jordan X in the mix.

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