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This Latest Why Not Zer0.1 Iteration Is Covered In Jordan Brand’s Cement Print

During the 2018 NBA Offseason that kicked off by the end of last month, Russell Westbrook was spotted laced up in a never-before-seen sneaker, assumed to be his next “Why Not” signature model. The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1, Russell Westbrook’s first signature performance sneaker, originally debuted back in January. Back in early June, Jordan Brand introduced the Why Not Zer0.1 Low, which made its retail debut in a “Triple Black” colorway on July 1st at a price of $115. A Why Not Zer0.1 Low UCLA was also released on July 25th. The latest upcoming iteration of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low is entirely covered in the cement print. Continue reading This Latest Why Not Zer0.1 Iteration Is Covered In Jordan Brand’s Cement Print

Blake Griffin’s Jordan Super.Fly MVP Has Debuted In A Premium Elephant Print-Covered Iteration

Blake Griffin’s signature Super.Fly line contains some of Jordan Brand’s finest on-court performance sneakers. It was back in 2012 when Jordan Brand introduced the Super.Fly, which featured Hyperfuse uppers with distinct, elongated perforations cut out into them, making the single mesh layer of the uppers more breathable, flexible and lightweight. As for cushioning, each forefoot came equipped with Lunarlon and the heels with Zoom Air. Ever since its debut, Jordan Brand has introduced four other Super.Fly models, each more technologically-advanced that its predecessor. Recently though, Jordan Brand unveiled the recent addition to Blake Griffin’s signature line, the Super.Fly MVP, which has officially joined this month’s Air Jordan releases 2018. Continue reading Blake Griffin’s Jordan Super.Fly MVP Has Debuted In A Premium Elephant Print-Covered Iteration

Jimmy Butler Is Rocking The Air Jordan 3 Retro “Cement Grey” From 2003

Back in 2009, an addition had been made to Nike’s long line of popular Air Max series in an exclusive and remarkable attempt by JD Sports. The item under being referred to was an Max Light. The available colorways were Blue and White, designed to give a cool and stylish look to the wearer. Although followers of the sneaker releases and footwear fans had realized that at the first glance that it was an exclusive release by JD Sports, which is a well established footwear brand in UK. Of course, true exclusives rarely hit the shelves and Air Jordan 3 Jimmy Butler can be seen wearing could be one. Continue reading Jimmy Butler Is Rocking The Air Jordan 3 Retro “Cement Grey” From 2003