Jordan Super Fly Low “Bred” – Available

December 18, 2012 BY / 4

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Coming up on Friday the 21st is not the end of the world, though it hopefully will be the death knoll of a period of frenzy marked by annual Air Jordan XI releases. Don’t get us wrong, the passion we share for sneakers is why you’re reading these words right now. But new policies with major retailers shifting to raffles or otherwise ticketed and generally more controlled release protocols make for a better way of getting your grails. And if somehow you can’t, or if you decide that a legend like the Bred Eleven is too precious to ball in, check out this similarly styled Jordan Super.Fly Low, the shorter cut of JB’s premier non-Legacy performance model. Maybe you can even switch from Bred to Bred when it’s game time; the choice is yours now that these XI-esque Super Fly Lows are available at NikeStore.

Jordan Super.Fly Low
Black/White-Gym Red
540203-001


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Fam
Fam

Lets be honest they ain't that bad

Kervens89
Kervens89

sweet if cant get the 11s these are your best bet

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