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Discussion in 'Jordan Brand' started by james 80s, Feb 18, 2009.
i think the name's simply Jordan Team.....released in '98 if i'm not mistaken.
yup as per the box label "Jordan Team".
damn those are looking fresh
yea i got a pair not those but in reverse color and in a size 6 1/2 lol 5th grade..
but thanks for the name
i absolutely love the flint grey cw of these babies.JB how about putting these up on iD?
i had the jumpman pro strongs
It kind of resembles the 13's.
anyone know where i can find them? been searching the net all yesterday.
ebay is your best bet.....try searching "jordan team ii or 2" since they seem to be referred to as such. "Jordan Team" is theactual name on the box but if you search that you'll come up with a bunch of sneakers from the jordan team line.
Even though pairs like this arent really sought after they are really tough to find. I searched everywhere for a pair of Jumpman Lites from backthen and never did find them. Finally gave up. Obscure stuff is way harder to find than the typical "grail"
yea true, becuase i've been looking for a minute i found one pair but they where 11 1/2.
Dope. Came out back when team jordans didn't look like and1s.
I remember when Cal had these for their team shoe
those are probably the cleanest team shoe I've ever seen.
i've been wanting those since the first time they came out, please JB, retro these!!!
i believe some1 posted an east bay mag from 98 that featured these and the XIII's on a thread like a month and a half ago.
The begining of the jordan mutant shoes.
i would def rock those now
dope summer shoe FTW
JB RETRO THESE AND KEEP THOSE FUSION @$#%^ TO URSELF!!
those are not bad at all
Look like a mix of the jordan 13 and 14. 13.5
that y these came out in 98 same as the 13s
That's cuz these were released as the 2nd "Team Jordan" shoe, the same year the XIII's came out. If you notice the 1st TeamJordan's resemble the XII's as well. It's basiclly what they're still doing now, making all these team J's that are just a twist of all theoriginal's.