Air Jordan XVII (17) – Ray Allen 2003 Team USA PE

November 29, 2010 BY

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Although his offensive game is very well-rounded, Ray Allen will be remembered as one of the greatest sharpshooters in the history of league for his sniper-like precision and accuracy from beyond the arc. He’s a lock to surpass Reggie Miller for most 3-pointers ever made and his during the earlier days of his career, his perimeter shooting was valued by Team USA as he was a member of the American National squad during the 2000 Gold-medal winning Olympic Team as well as the 2003 Olympic qualifying squad. For those 2003 qualifiers, Jordan Brand fashioned this pristine pair of the Air Jordan XVII in white and navy blue, with ‘RAY 12’ stitched on the outer ankle collars. Sugar Ray’s Air Jordan PE closet is filled to the brim with rare gems and this AJ17 should be one of the shining lights of that group due to its rarity and sweet USA-inspired colorway. Check out the extra detailed images after the jump and pick up this size 14 Promo sample pair from sole_supreme on eBay.

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