Cheap KD 9 understandable that these are being overshadowed by the Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” this holiday season, but every hardcore Jordan sneaker collector knows that this OG Air Jordan 9 is an essential pick-up, as well. Sure, the iconic white, black, and red colorway of the Air Jordan model that MJ never actually wore in an NBA game has dropped numerous times before, but the smart move by the brand to drop the “other” Space Jam shoe as part of the 20th anniversary celebration for the beloved film actually seems to make it more appealing than ever—especially when you factor in the “remastered” attention to detail and quality.Still on the fence about whether or not you need to pick up this Air Jordan 9 with the insane amount of other big sneaker drops this holiday season? Perhaps this latest set of detailed photos can help you decide.
Latest Jordans 2017 miss the old Kobe, the 35 points per game Kobe, the Huarache & occasional Jays Kobe. You get the point. The Black Mamba is now celebrating his historic career through venture capitalism and the Nike Kobe AD. The parallels between Michael Jordan and Kobe are eerily familiar – you’ve seen the videos of Kobe mimicking MJ’s fadeaway, dribble drives, and up-and-unders by now. Jordan Brand is honoring the legendary no.24 with a brand new release in the upcoming Air Jordan 9 Kobe Bryant on November 19th for $190 USD.The Air Jordan 9 “Kobe” mimics a random sample that appeared back in 2010, although the particular shade of purple found on the patent leather mudguard is a bit more Laney-like than initially expected thanks to the inclusion of the Jumpman’s iconic Concord hue.
Jordans For Cheap represents several highlights of Nike’s basketball heritage: the Nike Air Force 1 (through its latest iterations, the SF AF-1 and AF-1 Upstep Warrior), Nike Air Max 2 Uptempo, Nike Uptempo, Nike Uptempo 97 and Nike Air Foamposite Pro.These shoes join some of Nike’s most impactful recent innovations: the Nike Kobe XI Elite Low, Nike Zoom KD 9, Nike Kyrie 2 and Air Jordan XXXI. Rounding out the assortment are three Jordan icons: the Air Jordan IX Retro, Air Jordan XI Retro and Air Jordan XVI Retro.“Since Nike’s entry into basketball, with the Bruin and Blazer in 1972, we’ve been constantly innovating to meet the changing needs and style of the basketball athlete and consumer,” said VP, GM Nike Global Basketball, Craig Zanon. “Basketball leaves an imprint on popular culture beyond the court and 12 Soles is a way to celebrate that.”