February 7, 2013 BY John Kim / 16
Jordan Brand #XX8DaysofFlight continues with the Air Jordan XVIII – the last Air Jordan model that Michael Jordan would ever wear in an NBA game. Inspired by the Lamborghini Murcielago, the Air Jordan XVIII features an unprecedented one-piece upper, double-stacked Zoom Air cushioning, and the revolutionary carbon fiber Comfort Control Plate. Enjoy the #XX8DaysofFlight rendition of this masterpiece of footwear architecture below and stay tuned for the next chapter of #XX8DaysofFlight.
Filed under: Air Jordans
Probably da most dull of da entire collection.. leather is immaculate as usual... but not really feelin these
@DugLast i know like fuck paying extra for Nike air I'll pay extra for quality they should have continued the BIN line but made them Grs id pay 2-250 for some supreme quality jays
@urroyalhynus yo i been waitn for year for them to release the 18s i think this was the best shoe my opinion
@JulianScott @DugLast its just a shady business move. The guys who copped the 3s wit the jumpman will be upset about the 88 retros so they jack the price to make you think something better is being done.
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