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New Jordans 2017 has just unveiled some of their Spring 2017 Collection (although all of these sneakers will be releasing in the Winter) which can be broken down into four different categories.The Air Jordan 5 draws on inspiration from the P51 flight bomber jacket, sporting a new look full leather construction decked out in sequoia green. This sneaker will release on February 11th.There is good news for those not living in the three cities. The tongues were interchanged with the AJ3 tongue and the back heel tabs were removed and stitched in the Dunk showing just a bold NIKE.
The Kyrie 3 For Sale look is along the lines of a custom design many have attempted before, an Air Jordan and Nike Dunk hybrid. Often times though the elephant print would have to be recreated on the shoes. Not this time, obviously. So going with that print in place the contrasting panels were painted white. Next a couple pieces of an Air Jordan were put to use. Then the liner was dyed blue and a bit of red detailing on the eyelets to complete the Air Jordan 3 True Blue look.It is surprising Nike never went as far as taking this concept of Air Jordan parts on another shoe to the Nike Dunk and doing it with their Air Jordan X Air Force 1 Fusion series from years ago.
Starting a few years back, both Air Jordan 11 Midnight Navy began releasing their exclusive Quai 54 offerings to the masses in limited drops, and this year we’ll be getting both the Jordan 31 Low pictured here, and a mismatched premium suede version of the Jordan 1 Quai 54. The Jordan 31 Quai 54 features a black to white gradient without the Air Jordan 1-inspired Swoosh branding while a metallic heel adds splashes of red to contrast the France-inspired hits of royal blue on the tongue

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