Air Jordan x Quai 45 Wine & Grind Pack Paris Exclusive

Air Jordan x Quai 45 Wine & Grind Pack Paris Exclusive


To celebrate the 6th edition of the infamous Quai 45 international streetball tournament, Jordan Brand, a main partner of the tournament, has produced two very special shoes labeled, the Wine & Grind, to symbolize the city of Paris. The Wine, represents the sophistication of the French and will be represented by a special Air Jordan Force V. The Grind is the side street of the capital and playgrounds Parisians, and will be symbolized in a unique Jordan Esterno. Each of the shoes features premium materials and a unique intricate design that goes down to the insoles.

Only 170 pairs of the Wine Air Jordan Force V will be produced to be sold at exclusively at the Opium and Colette shops in Paris, France. And only 155 pairs of the Air Jordan Grind Esterno will be manufactured to be sold exclusively at Opium, Colette, and Foot Locker Pierre Lescot. The release date has been set for July 4th, with a special animation event by Nike proceeding the release at Colette on the evening of July 3rd.

The Tournament International Streetball Quai 54 will then take place the weekend of July 6, 2008 at Sports Centre Georges Carpentier: 81, Boulevard de Masséna. Metro Porte de Choisy. Admission will be free, but seating will be limited. Info: La MJC

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