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Asked by niky999 on 06/01/2018 at 10:46 PM

Nike Air Jordan Sneakers,There is no doubt that the Air Jordan 11 is one of Jordan Brand’s most popular signature sneaker models.As February arrived, sneakerheads got their first detailed look at the Air Jordan 1 Rebel in a Wheat colorway. Out of all the variations from the Air Jordan 1 “Reimagined” Collection, Coincidentally, its Low rendition has been as popular as the mid-top original.the Rebel is perhaps the one that resembles the original design the most, while still featuring some noticeable and noteworthy reinterpretations. During the 1996 NBA Finals, Michael Jordan was laced up in Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred” and for the Chicago Bulls Championship Rally that year; he switched to the Air Jordan 11 Low “Concord”.Over the course of the previous year, Jordan Brand has dropped several “Wheat” colorways, even one of the original Air Jordan 1 Retro High. According to Derek Anderson, he convinced Michael Jordan to cut the Air Jordan 11 off because he was “used to playing in low cuts.” During a 2012 Kentucky Wildcats Alumni Game, Derek even rocked a special Air Jordan 11 Low “Concord” PE.Other than the “Wheat” colorway, Jordan Brand also seems to have whipped up two Rebel iterations, one inspired by a classic Air Jordan 1 colorway and the other from a more recent one.

Nike Air Jordan Shoes,The other one seems to have borrowed the color scheme of the more recent “Top 3” colorway of the Air Jordan 1. while it is equipped with all-White midsoles as well. As mentioned, this colorway will be among next month’s Air Jordan releases 2018. In addition to being dressed up in a combination of Black, Blue, Red and White, the “Nike Air” branding can actually be spotted over the inner side of each shoe. So, sneakerheads will have to wait Air Jordan 1 until April 7th to cop a pair at a price of $130.As of now, it seems quite likely that all three of these sneakers will end up joining this year’s Jordan releases 2018, at some point or another.However, there are no precise release details or information for either of them, yet.


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