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Jordan Alpha Float Premier – “Bred XI”-Inspired

November 26, 2012 BY / 1

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This past Friday’s release of the Bred IV was a wondrous event, but for some, it’s not even the best Retro release of the year. That distinction goes to the late-December drop of the Air Jordan XI ‘Bred’, but for those already zeroed in on the release, there’s something else you can consider – the Jordan Alpha Float Premier. Although the seasonal climate may not be the best time to wear open-toed shoes, these slip-ons are perfect for those in warmer areas, or just to wear around the house. These Bred XI-inspired joints feature the signature Jumpman Jordan stripe-tab on the strap, with ’23’ on the heel to complete that XI package. Eastbay has these available now, so get ’em before they’re gone!


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Nate48LG

i dont wear slippers or flip-flops but these are "FIRE!!!"

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