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2 weeks, 4 days ago on Air Jordan 12 “Playoffs” Cleat
He was born on November 11th so he was not close to being two when that happened. But why couldn't he have a memory of seeing a replay of it. He didn't say he saw it live.
2 months ago on Victor Cruz Talks About His Favorite Air Jordan
@Nick_II_Quick @10022533 These are the black/white/red 11 lows that are releasing this summer. This is it. No low top version of the playoffs. People saw the color code for these and assumed bred lows were releasing.
11 months ago on Air Jordan XI Low – White – Black – True Red | Release Date
@TarHeelsSwag They release two colorways last summer. No one bought them.
@10022533 These are the Bred 11 lows
These sit on shelves for weeks last year and now they are the most anticipated release of 2013? GTFOHWDBS.
11 months, 2 weeks ago on Air Jordan III ’88 Retro
These have already released
11 months, 3 weeks ago on Nike Air Max 2 Strong – Dark Grey – Electric Orange – Court Purple
@dopeman978 Maybe he likes the shell toes.
1 year, 1 month ago on Sneaker Re-Sellers Take Their Nike Air Yeezy Dispute to Judge Judy
1 year, 1 month ago on Nike Air Max Barkley – Black – University Red
They will not get a return on their investment. Most overrated player in the NBA.
1 year, 2 months ago on Dwyane Wade Practices in Li-Nings
Booooooooooo Volt. Bring back the electric green
1 year, 2 months ago on Nike LeBron X "Dunkman"
@infrared @RyanRoslyn But Nike paid them. Reebok accepted the money. It's not Nike's fault that people buy their stuff over Reebok even if Reebok had the idea. Nike has earned their reputation as the best by being the best. If Reebok accepted the money over an injunction in that case, it was most likely because they thought Nike was offering them more money than they could have made with 100% of the flexible sole running shoe market.
1 year, 2 months ago on Nike Files Patent Infringement Injunction Against Adidas Primeknit
@RyanRoslyn But if Nike truly put in the research and development money and adidas just reverse engineered the shoe, Nike deserves to profit from their investment. If products were not protected in this way, there would be no incentive for any company to develop new technology. As a consumer, I would rather pay a little extra for a new technology than not have new technology at all.
1 year, 3 months ago on OFFICIAL: Air Jordan IV “Thunder” 2012 Info
Scarfaces were not patent leather.
1 year, 3 months ago on Classics Revisited: Nike Air Force 1 Low “Houston Astros” (2006)
1. Joppatowne, MD
2. Release dates
1 year, 3 months ago on Giveaway: EA Sports x Nike Lunar TR1 “Madden NFL ’13″ Set