January 14, 2014 BY Brendan Dunne / 2
These days it’s common practice for Nike Basketball’s signature models to have parallel EXT versions that aren’t necessarily meant for on-court performance. But we’ve yet to see Jordan Brand go the same route with the likes of the Melo or Chris Paul lines. Shown here is a Jordan Super.Fly 2 in a leather build that sort of suggests that they’ve toyed with the idea in the past, this shoe of course not being of the signature variety but still having a strong connection to one Blake Griffin. Take a better look at them with us after the break and then purchase this pair of Jordans now from the-jump-man on eBay.
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