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NCAA Feet: UNC and Cal in Air Jordan XX8 “Blue Camo”

February 15, 2013 BY / 3

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As promised, Jordan Brand schools UNC and Cal were the first couple of NCAA squads to break out the Air Jordan XX8 ‘Blue Camo’, which had only been seen on the feet of Russell Westbrook prior to this week. The colorway was of course a bit of a closer match for the UNC team, but Cal made them look good regardless (And even sailed to a victory over UCLA while doing so). Get a look at both teams wearing the Air Jordan XX8 right after the jump and remember that Georgetown and Marquette will be the next schools to do so.























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LUX09NC
LUX09NC

Macdoo, Bullock, Harriston...........Go Tarheels!!!!!!!!!!!!

hobbyhob
hobbyhob

I would wear them all day on court .. Go Duke though



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