Black Friday vs. December Holiday – Battle Of The Air Jordan Release Traditions

July 8th, 2014 by

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The final two months of the calendar year are always the most exciting for Air Jordan fanatics. Traditions have emerged in recent years that have trained us to expect certain sneaker treats for both November and December, and have we been disappointed? Not at all. More specifically, Black Friday and the last week in December have consistently been home some of the most coveted pairs year in and year out, and while the December Holiday release gets more attention, examining the releases from Black Friday says that the November tradition might be the better.

The younger crowd might say that the December Holiday releases are stronger; there’s a Pavlovian-response conjured up by mentions of the yearly Air Jordan 11s that have landed there, and we can understand why the excitement exists. The Black Friday pairs that we’ve seen on the other hand have been a bit more varied – among them are retro pairs that have recently trended towards the honored “Bred” end of the spectrum. So which is it – Black Friday or December Holiday? Check out this timeline of Jordan Brand’s big releases since 2008 and let us know what you think.

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