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Jordan Son of Mars Low “Green Glow” – Arriving at Retailers

August 27th, 2013 by / 2

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Another dosage of “Green Glow” will show up this weekend in the form of this Jordan Son of Mars Low colorway. For what it’s worth, that specific shade has been pretty present in Jordan Brand’s catalog ever since the Air Jordan IV introduced it thanks to subsequent styles like these and the Air Jordan 1 ’89. As you can see, the pair is certainly among the darkest yet for this 2013 hybrid model from the JB folks. Continue reading for a couple extra angles and watch for the Jordan Son of Mars Low “Green Glow” to release on August 31st at retailers like Wish ATL.

Jordan Son Of Low
Black/Green Glow-Anthracite-Cement Grey
80603-030
08/31/13
$140




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KidBobot
KidBobot

Me too...but i don't really care for the front badges (SoM face, and the 40-Acres)... other than that, pretty nice pair of kicks....

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