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Jordan Dominate Pro – Metallic Platinum – Neo Turquoise – Black

May 4, 2013 BY / 1

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It’s not listed on the box label or NDC as such, but Jordan Brand’s own website and the design itself do suggest this model is the latest in JB’s long-running crosstrainer series. The Jordan Trunner Dominate Pro is somewhere between the Trunner Dominate 1.5 and the Pro TD cleat Michael Crabtree wore during the first Nike x NFL season. This Metallic Platinum, Neo Turquoise and black colorway has extra energy to keep you hyped throughout your summer training sessions, so have a closer look below, then grab yours from NikeStore.

Jordan Dominate Pro
Metallic Platinum/Neo Turquoise-Black
580610-017

 


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