February 13, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 13
For the model following up the all important 23rd sneaker in the legacy lineup, the folks at Jordan Brand saw it fit to end the numbering system right there and switch to a yearly designation (A decision that has been overturned with this year’s Air Jordan XX8). Thus was born the Air Jordan 2009, a sleek model that integrated Articulated Propulsion technology for the sake of lateral responsiveness. Let us know what you think of this take on the sneaker for the Air Jordan ‘Black/Neon Green’ collection and stay tuned to Sneaker News for the upcoming culmination of the #XX8DaysofFlight lineup.
I can't wait to see the XX5s now, the ones with the "window" on the sides of the shoe, another ugly shoe! LOL
*Air Jordan 3 Retro '88* I got a few pairs left. Size 9, 10, 10.5, 11, 12, 13 etc. E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
@gotjordans lol new jays fell off horribly and people still complain about the same pairs being released, get over it they're iconic lol. Just like converses, just like air force ones etc... why complain i dont get people.....
@dopeman978 @gotjordans But I'm no going to another site to see what the shoe will look like. Instead, I go to other sites looking for the next picture of the next shoe that is out and want to look at it. Yeah, we have an idea of what'll look like, but it's different when the pic is already out and not on Sneakernews, got that? LOL
@gotjordans you don't have to go to another site to already know what the shoe will look like, ever ms Cleo can see that