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Jordan Brand “Year of the Horse” Pack

January 8th, 2014 by / 16

Jordan Brand is ready to celebrate the “Year of the Horse” with a familiar arrangement of two esteemed Jordan shoes. Here we have the Air Jordan 1 Mid and Jordan Melo M10 tied together with pristine graphics that lay on the inner lining of the classic AJ1 and on the upper of the newly released Melo M10. It is unclear if the two pairs will be released as a set like last year’s Year of the Snake Pack, so stay tuned to Sneaker News for more info and watch out for an Asia release date on January 18th followed by a global release date later on.

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isVL23
isVL23

@sneakernews are there any other jordan retro to feature this YOTH colorway?

dgully314
dgully314

hopefully they dont come in a set. I just want melo. Vice versa last year, the 1 killed the melo for the yots

DocBill1
DocBill1

I just want the M10s that is it.

obiz9
obiz9

damn these are way better than the YOTS

scaredmagic
scaredmagic

Anyone want to split a size 9, i will take the 1's.



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