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Discussion in 'Jordan Brand' started by yrok1986, Apr 4, 2016.
Dino saying 2 color ways of these on Sept 3 along with Bred 1
I'm having a hard time imagining this, would the 31 be a flyknit Jordan 1 or...
Sorry man, me too. I'm only relaying what I read. I guess we'll all see soon..
It's alright, it's kind of hard to imagine an Air Jordan 1 made in this era when the model is just a classic and is still relevant today.
yeah and i really doubt it will have a swoosh
I bet if they put Nike Air on the back they sell out immediately though.
There wouldn't be a nostalgia factor....
That was a follow the crowd comment.... And it made no sense. Haha
This line should've been killed along time ago...
No, The signature line still makes a ton of money for Nike now.
Sounding a lil more interesting than the XXXs... Lets see how this play out..
passing on the Air Jordan XXX because it is the same as XX9
Balling on my XX9 and I love it, but nothing beat the BEAST CHAMPION XX8 (M10)
if the XXX will drop to 60 to 80 $ in price then ill buy one
please JB and Nike make XXXI more interesting and different design
Should've ended with XXIII.
Then only year for identifier after that. Not sure why they resumed the Roman numerals for identification? The line should've been passed down by now to someone else.
its because the number sounds better than a year to the consumer. nike recognized that and switched it back to the numbers.
the line has been passed down a couple of times now. Wade had it for a couple of years and now Russ has them.
i just like the people who are so loyal to the brand and say "IN" before seeing any pics, so much loyalty to a brand who cares zero for its fans, ok maybe not zero but they could def make us much happier and it wouldnt cost them much if anything at all
Some truth in your text. I was looking forward to see how the XXX look like and was very disappointed not because they look that bad but for reusing the whole sole from the xx9 and Tinkers excuse was just hilarious.
The Jordan line has a solid record of producing good hoop shoes. I wouldn't go in blindly, but I am willing to bet the shoes will perform well