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1 year, 8 months ago on Air Jordan 4 “Fire Red Toro”
Lots of fire in these 16 pages, but my favorite pair from these 16 pages would have to be the AML7 "Deion Sanders" on page 1.
1 year, 8 months ago on Sneaker Con Chicago May 2013 – Feet Recap
Why would anyone spend $45,000 to buy someone else's collection, and some of the pairs are used. I got better ways to spend $45,000, like on a brand new car, or down payment on a house.
2 years ago on 97 Pair Air Jordan Retro Collection on eBay
You can never go wrong with picking up a bred color way in any retro model. i had this shoe many times before and always rocked the sht out of it. Copping them again in 2013, but damn $170 retail smh shoe prices just keep going up.
2 years ago on Air Jordan XIII “Bred” – Official Images
$6500 wtf!!! Even if I had Jay Z kind of money I still wouldn't buy these.
2 years ago on Air Jordan IV “Oregon Ducks” – Available on eBay
Motorboat Jones should have been lower. Olympic Pack 6/7 should have been higher. Cool Gray 9 should NOT have made it. Olympic 7 should have made it. I agree with top 3, however bred 4 should switch with cement 4 as no1. Thats just my 2 cents.
2 years ago on Sneaker News Top 23 Air Jordans of 2012
To me, the best release this year was the Lebron 9/9elite championship pack. Lbj got his 1st ring and 3rd Mvp making this pack a big part of history in the sneaker culture and in sports.
2 years ago on Sneaker News 2012 Readers’ Choice Poll
When I say value, I'm not necessarily talking about dollar value, I am more referring to the value based on culture and history these shoes created. But yes u r right Quen, JB probably doesn't care about either one of those values.
2 years, 1 month ago on Air Jordan III ’88 – 2013 Retro To Feature Nike Air
Yeah Fraze is correct, it's just like the dollar, print too much and it loses it's value. What's Jordan Brand going to do when the retro game isn't a fashion trend anymore? Well you know Nike will always have a plan and I can see the lebron line as their next retro trend.
@Brazy_ness The exclusiveness is dying. You see back then only sneaker collector's knew about what makes a sneaker special. Nowadays everyone wants/has a pair just because it is the trendy thing to do. example: those big ass thick glasses. Back in the 90s those were exclusively for geeks and nerds lol, but now that they are a hot fashion trend everyone wants to wear them.
@Fraze87 See, this is what i was talking about. Jordans are just a fashion trend now. The original "sneaker game" is slowly dying. Retro after retro is bad news for collectors who want to keep their value. But good news for the current "sneaker game" who just view Jordan's as fashion. Im a long time sneaker collector and I'm not mad nor am i happy about the current "sneaker game", because we had our run, now lets let the younger generation have their's.
@the_realJhall @Shaded I'm an adult and been in the sneaker game for a long time now. So I'm not here to call other people names, i post here to talk about shoes. If you are a sneaker collector from the 90s and early 2000s then from our point of view it is F'd up. But for most high school kids and teenagers/early 20s Jordan shoes are just a fashion trend now. Like all generations, times change. Our generation of the sneaker game has gone and past us. There is a new breed of "sneaker game" now. We can call them whatever we want (hype beast), but the truth is Nike is marketing more towards their crowd and fading slowly away from our generation of the "sneaker game".
2 years, 1 month ago on Air Jordan 5 “Grape”
A laney/grape pack would be one of the few Jordan packs that I would actually like both pairs. Will the pack release? I highly doubt it. But I'm still very happy that the grapes are coming out at a time that these colors are highly trending in fashion. Back in 2006 these colors weren't a fashion trend, so that's why I think they stayed on racks back then.
You can never go wrong with picking up any bred retro. The original 13s are a model that I remember coming out back when I was in 5th grade. Even back in the 90s Jordan's were very expensive however unlike recent times, you didn't need to get in line or raffles to get a pair. So even months after they released of saving up my allowance I was still able to go into footlocker and buy a pair like any other shoe!
2 years, 1 month ago on Air Jordan XIII “Bred” Retro – Available Early on eBay