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Jordan Retro Shoes, Another colorway of the Air Jordan 31 Low is dropping this summer and it's coming in the popular triple black makeover. Featuring a luxurious look, the basketball shoe sports black Flyweave and tumbled leather across its upper while it's highlighted by metallic gold accents located on the heel bumper, insole branding and lace tips. A matching black sole completes the sleek design altogether. Dressed in a Black, Anthracite, and Metallic Gold color scheme. The summer-ready iteration of the Air Jordan XXX1 features a Black Flyweave and tumbled leather build. But the highlight of the shoe is its Metallic Gold accents on the heel bumper, insole branding and lace tips.
Jordans 2017, The Air Jordan XXX1 Low "Triple Black" is unlike your traditional all Black takeover. Launching during the month of July, Jordan Brand gives them a premium feel with accents of Metallic Gold. This Jordan XXX1 Low comes dressed in a Black, Anthracite and Metallic Gold color combo and they feature a Black tumbled leather that transitions to a Black flyweave toe box, a Metallic Gold heel that sits atop a Black rubber outsole. This low top Air Jordan XXX1 comes dressed in a Black, Anthracite and Metallic Gold color combination. Featuring a predominate Black takeover which lands on the Flyweave and extends across the tumbled leather around the heel. Completing the look and giving them a luxurious feel, Metallic Gold wraps the heel while landing on the lace tips and Jumpman branding on the insole.
New Jordans 2018, Russell Westbrook becomes the first Jordan Brand athlete since Michael Jordan in 1998 to win the MVP award. To honor Westbrook, the brand releases a commemorative "Why Not 0?" spot and a limited Air Jordan XXX1 Russell Westbrook shoe. The spot underscores one of the greatest individual seasons of all time and reaffirms that although zero is the number Westbrook wears on his back, it no longer represents how many MVP trophies he has.
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