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Air Jordans 2017 from 2014, comes this gum-bottom-equipped offering in kids sizes. Equipped with a tumbled leather midfoot base and black suede overlays, this simplistic color scheme adds a touch of luxury to this option for the younger Jumpman fans. Furthering that aesthetic is some gold detailing on its tongue logo as well as its “Jordan” branding at the bottoms of its lace unit.An oversized Oregon logo can be easily spotted on the tongue, but in a more understated touch, the classic Jordan 13 side logo has been replaced by an image of the Ducks’ beloved mascot. This unique colorway is likely to remain exclusive to players, staff and family, so fans will have to settle for peeks like the one below for now.
2017 Jordans For Sale being gifted to the Oregon Ducks’ basketball team, Nike is hooking its football team up with a colorway of its own. In a nod to the state’s beautiful green landscape, this 13 is covered in quad green, with a white toe box, and a matching green duck that replaces the shoe’s traditional hologram. In a more obvious way, the Jumpman that customarily rests on this sneaker’s tongue has been replaced with an oversized Oregon “O” logo.Dropping on December 26th is an all-new Air Jordan 13 Retro exclusively produced in girls sizes as a follow-up to the attractive “Italy Blue” pair that just hit stores this past weekend.Dubbed the “Hyper Royal”, this colorway has drawn comparisons to an older PE made for Jordan athlete Quentin Richardson.
Jordans 2018 Release Dates “Altitude” being one of the greatest non-OG colorways in the illustrious history of the Jordan Brand. The clean combination of a black upper with small highlights of Altitude Green created an unmatched simple aesthetic.It’s been praised for its simplistic “Motorsports” themed colorway seen in previous Jordan Retro releases as well.This weekend, the Air Jordan 13 dons the aforementioned colorway dipped in suede, sporting a primarily black color scheme on its upper with olive on its mudguard and heel while red dressed up the Jordan Branding. Suede comes as a bit of a surprise as it is not often-used on this silhouette, usually opting for a combination of leather and other synthetic textiles.