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2021 Air Jordan 4 White Oreo Delivery With a New Shoebox

Before the official release, we now have another Air Jordan 4 White Oreo . The latest style shows that this pair of sneakers, which will definitely be popular, will have a new shoe box with a light gray top printed. It has a red Jumpman pattern and a cement print on the bottom. The "Oreo" color scheme is characterized by a high-quality white tumbling leather upper that emphasizes the matching grid and spots "cement gray" elements between the small holes and the sole. The trapeze logo on the tongue, heel, insole and outsole, as well as the "AIR JORDAN" badge flipped on the back of the tongue, are all brands on the shoe. The light gray insole, air-assisted midsole and gray rubber outsole constitute the design of this shoe. The series includes Jordan-specific sports shoes, such as the Air Jordan 11 "Concord", the Air Jordan 12 "Taxi", the Air Jordan 13 "He won the game" and the Air Jordan 17. Autographs of other professional athletes such as BJ Armstrong, Charles Barkley and Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Derek Kitt, Russell Westbrook, Ray Allen and Jimmy Butler And worn sneakers are also included.

According to reports, Ambush x Nike Dunk High is now expected to release more colorways including "Flash Lime" to take. According to reports, designer Yoon Ahn has continued the partnership with Nike, and this bright and bold makeup is expected to follow the "active fuchsia" color scheme released earlier this year. One model shared the expectation of a "flash lime" hue, with a matching insole, shoelace and sole unit. The rubber exaggerated midfoot and "ambush" markings on the heel come in black to provide a contrasting touch. Flying Jordan 2 is likely to be the second signature model of the first iteration and is considered the only existing sample. In 1985, Nike representatives used samples of the Air Jordan 1 to promote the first pair of signature Jordan shoes. This pair of shoes was produced in 1984 according to the production code, the number is "84" and ends with "SS", which means sales samples. Accompanying this rare pair of shoes is an old Nike briefcase, believed to belong to Nike’s early product experts "EKINs."

Jordan Release Dates 2021 will jointly launch the second wave of auctions. This will be Christie's’s largest online sneaker auction in history, titled "Original Air Takes Flight: the Evolution and Influence of Air Jordan Sneakers". Fans of Michael Jordan can enjoy a large number of 90 pairs of sneakers composed of rare early samples, a complete set of original Air Jordan 1-14, sneakers worn through the game and Jordan-related articles. These articles From professional athletes and music artists, such as Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Derek Kitt, Drake, Eminem, etc. This auction pays tribute to Jordan's heritage with this huge historic footwear souvenir. "Original Air Part II" began to select early development prototypes and sample pairs, which is the key product of the Air Jordan brand in the early stage. The main highlight is a unique 1985/86 Trapeze Jordan 2 development sample and sales sample of Trapeze Jordan 1 high in the iconic "breeding" color scheme. Rare University of North Carolina, University of Michigan, Georgetown University players exclusive and samples, such as an early Airman Jordan 1 model and a Airman Jordan 22 can also be fought for.

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