Jordan Flight 45 High Max “Carmelo Anthony”

August 20, 2012 BY

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Michael Jordan broke a backboard during a 1986 Nike-sponsored exhibition game, and though Carmelo Anthony can’t reference a similar outburst, he’s got two Olympic gold medals just like MJ. But with rumors regarding Dwyane Wade’s future with Jordan Brand swirling about, the Jumpman celebrates its longest tenured signature star with a new special edition colorup that imagines him soundly shattering New York’s championship drought. The Jordan Flight 45 High Max not only adds full-length Max Air cushioning to this veteran silhouette, but also Melo’s mega-sized mug on the inner tongue to finish off the Knicks palette with a caricature of the city’s biggest basketall icon. Have a closer look below, let us know what other kinds of releases you could imagine with these cartoon tributes and grab yours at JB retailers like Oneness.

Jordan Flight 45 High Max
Game Royal/White-Team Orange
524866-401

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