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Jordan Melo 1.5 – Black – Royal Blue

October 21st, 2013 by / 6

Carmelo Anthony’s output of Jordans is about to get just a bit busier thanks to the upcoming retro of this, the Jordan Melo 1.5. There’s not been much evidence so far as to whether or not the sneakers’ colorways will be influenced at all by Melo’s current spot on the Knicks squad, with the combinations spotted to date echoing the palette of his former Denver Nuggets home. Continue reading to get the best look yet at this colorway, a black and university blue that no doubt also owes a little bit to the Air Jordan 1 in terms of hues selected, and let us know in the comments if this is a retro you’re excited about.



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FuckYoLuckBitch
FuckYoLuckBitch

I had the all black ones when I was in 5th grade. I am excited for these to retro! I MUST get them! These were my favorite shoes at one point. I can't wait!

trentbg
trentbg

Probably the best looking Melo so far.

kicks67
kicks67

was anybody feeling these since recently?

saralee
saralee

I'm excited I still thinks it's a bit too early to start retroing melo's shoe



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