So they are JUST Air Jordans you say

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As much as most people would like to think that having the re-release of the Air Jordan XI also known as the Concords is not a big deal…IT IS! Some people would say that various individuals have gone a bit far to get these sneakers, but at the same time people line up for days for the newest product from Apple and people tend to forget about the people that lined up for the release of the new Call of Duty video game.

AIR JORDAN 2010: Take A Look Through the Air Jordan Window

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With all the accolades that the Air Jordan sneaker had accomplished over the many years of production the Air Jordan 2010 represented another milestone in the world of athletic footwear. The Air Jordan had now reached its 25th sneaker in the lineup. As with anything else in the Air Jordan series, when they reached a milestone of any kind they would call on the gentlemen that made the sneaker brand as powerful as it was…Mr. Tinker Hatfield.

Air Jordan 2009: The Legacy Continues

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It has been a year since the release of the Air Jordan XXIII and the sneaker community is wondering if this is the end of the glorious Air Jordan line. A quick answer…NO! Thankfully the Air Jordan legacy was going to continue on, but instead of following the Roman numeral format they had now opted to use the actual year of release for the name of the sneaker. So, the next sneaker in the line was named Air Jordan 2009.

Nike Air Jordans vs Jumpmans

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Not trying to burst anyone’s bubble but this goes out to all the so-called sneaker heads boasting about how many Jordans they own. Some of you need to realize that those Jordans you’re wearing are simply Jumpmans. Sure they’ve been released under the Jordan brand and what was once a Nike Air emblem […]

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