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The "Royal" Air Jordan 1 has been one of the most popular sneakers of the past 2 years. It originally released in 1985, returned to little fanfare in 2001 and exploded back on the scene in 2013. Now one has to back up the Brinks truck to secure a pair in deadstock condition.
But as much as sneakerheads love "Royal" 1s, there's a version of the shoe most probably haven't seen. According to JohnReeper916, this original 1985 unicorn is in the possession of Dank Customs (aka Jake Danklefs). The difference is subtle, but significant �� the Wings along the collar appear in white on the sample.
Reasoning behind the existence of this sample is unknown, but it's possible designers were testing the visibility of the logo. Sticking with black was the right decision, but it's cool to see a piece of history nonetheless.The release [url=http://www.nikerosherunwomen.net]women roshe run[/url]  date for the 2015 Air Jordan 7 "Bordeaux" is July 18.
The 2015 version of the shoe marks only the second time that the Air Jordan 7 "Bordeaux"  has been given the retro treatment, the first time being in 2011. Since the sneaker will be  a part of Jordan Brand's new remastered program, the price is set at $190 compared to the  2011 pair at $150. Note that the images here are of the 2011 version of the shoe.
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The "Royal" Air Jordan 1 has been one of the most popular sneakers of the past 2 years. It originally released in 1985, returned to little fanfare in 2001 and exploded back on the scene in 2013. Now one has to back up the Brinks truck to secure a pair in deadstock condition.
But as much as sneakerheads love "Royal" 1s, there's a version of the shoe most probably haven't seen. According to JohnReeper916, this original 1985 unicorn is in the possession of Dank Customs (aka Jake Danklefs). The difference is subtle, but significant �� the Wings along the collar appear in white on the sample.
Reasoning behind the existence of this [url=http://www.rosherunflyknit.net]nike roshe flyknit[/url]  sample is unknown, but it's possible designers were testing the visibility of the logo. Sticking with black was the right decision, but it's cool to see a piece of history nonetheless.The Air Jordan 11 Low 'Citrus' release date is marked for June 20.
The sneakers will be available in sizes up to 9.5y, which means that they won't be as readily available for most men as the original women's iteration of this colorway. But, at least they'll be more available in terms of sizes than smaller Jordans from recent years.
The sneaker will probably also be unlike kids Jordans of recent years in that it's likely to be a quick sell out �C when was the last time you saw a pair of Jordan 11s sitting on the shelf?
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