Do you like the 378037-623 Air Jordan 11 “Gym Red” Gym Red/Black-White ?
Nike Air Jordan Shoes,air-jordan-1-retro-high-og-pure-white-3Summer will not being until later next year,Instead of laced up in his one of his own signature CP3 sneakers, Chris was wearing a never-before-seen Air Jordan 11 pair during his first official Houston Rockets photoshoot. but there is nothing wrong with rocking an all-White sneaker during Spring, judging from what is being reported,At a quick glance, the pair almost looks like the Air Jordan 11 “Gym Red” that will be among Jordan Brand’s Holiday Jordan releases 2017. this Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG will be making its retail debut among the January Jordan releases 2017.However, this is not the case though as it features all-Red tumbled leather uppers, including the patent leather mudguards. The only contrasting element is its milky, translucent outsoles.Jordan Brand must have specially designed this Air Jordan 11 PE pair for Chris Paul as a welcoming present for his arrival in the Houston Rockets and so this colorway will likely not arrive at retailers.
Nike Air Jordan Sneakers,Throughout this year, Jordan Brand has continued to introduce and eventually drop numerous retro Jordan releases. In fact, it is now being rumored that Chris Paul did not get along very well with coach Doc Rivers and was content with the coach’s decision making. Sneakerheads have most likely never seen the Air Jordan 1 colorway featured here before and for those wondering, it has been dubbed “Pure White.”It is also possible that Chris was just tired of the fact that Clippers never got to the Western Conference finals. Its uppers are made up of premium leather, Air Jordan 1 while micro perforations can be spotted over the ankles and Nike “Swoosh” logos.This weekend, Chris Paul was officially introduced as the newest member and point guard of the Houston Rockets. Since this is almost entirely White sneaker, so the clean hue covers the sneaker from the uppers down to the midsoles. Its only contrasting feature is its all-Black outsoles and its tongues also sport embossed “Nike Air” logos.
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