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Air Jordan XI – Donovan McNabb PE Cleats

November 23, 2012 BY / 1

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Recently Phase2 took the time to interview depecher23mode, one of the biggest Air Jordan collectors on the planet. Let’s not forget that Phase2 himself is a magnate himself! Check out this sick pair of Air Jordan XI cleats from Phase2’s collection, made for former Philadelphia Eagles star Quarterback Donovan McNabb; the colorway matches the team’s jersey perfectly, with an Eagles-friendly green patent leather mudguard and a light grey interior lining. Perhaps the most impressive feature of the PE is the embroidered ‘5’ on the heel, considering not even Jordan’s PEs had that embroidery. We’ve got some additional angles below of this autographed pair, so take a look and let us know if you think it’s about time Jordan Brand releases a new colorway of the Air Jordan XI!


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