SELECT Collections: Phase2

July 24, 2013 BY / 17

SN: What’s your favorite model of all time?

Phase2: Design-wise, my absolute favorite shoe ever is the Air Jordan XX3. Tinker Hatfield worked his magic with that game shoe silhouette… so much that the shoe is photogenic at almost every angle. If I could have one shoe to wear forever, it would be endless amounts of Black/Cement Air Jordan III Retros.

Air Jordan III “Black/Cement” – 1988 OG

Air Jordan XX3 – Wear test sample (different diamond stitch on side)

17 thoughts on “SELECT Collections: Phase2

  1. SN! great job. i was impressed most shoes in his size he has worn. also that he is not jaded sighting the Kd vi. also saw an id box in the mix.  what a fun story!!

  2. would like to a nylon air jordan 1 bred OG released like that one (minus the blue of course) would be interested to see how its received

    • csbenji Lmao word after fully reading the article i must agree with you. He’s certainly on another level with collecting.

  3. Great article, great read. Always enjoy the story of how a thorough connoisseur started out. Looking foward to more of these Select Articles, keep doing what your doing! Witch so many Sneaker Blogs out there, i repeatedly find myself back SN.

  4. Impressive collection, and I appreciate the desire for pageviews, but I really think you guys coulda fit more than 2 pics per page.

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