October 21, 2011 BY John Kim
Lately Sneaker News has been showing you some interesting Air Jordan gems from the collection of Phase2 who, based on his stash, might have the best collection of AJ samples on Earth. Here we have a look at a ‘True Blue’ variation of the Air Jordan 1 Max Orange that dropped in 2009; it features a the trademark True Blue color on the inner lining as well as on the laces for a funky clash of colors. Sneaker News also showed you an ‘Infrared’ sample of the Air Jordan 1 Max Orange, and Phase2 quickly points out the ‘Infrared’ color of the Jumpman on the tongue label (the lighting may throw you off), which adds up to one of the rarest Air Jordan samples in recent memory – three different variations of one release in one shoe. We’ve got additional angles of this rare Air Jordan 1 sample so take a look and let us know what you think!
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