Air Jordan 3 NRG Free Throw Line has come out already

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Air Jordan 3 NRG Free Throw Line has come out already

New Jordans 2018 will have survived the closure of the Saint-Honoré store. This surprise closure had somewhat moved the entire world streetwear for whom the store was a stopping place in the capital. A mysterious Jordan 1 has been shared today by a former member of the house, Marvin Dein, today serving the new concept store We. This Jordan is based on the color of a Storm Blue on which the two points of the Colette logo were affixed on the heel. The years of opening and closing of the store also appear on the side of the same heel. Following this lead, the conclusion was reached that in JB the time of change takes place, when the signed lines of their stars come to an end and "new arrives" in the form of the signature shoe of Russell Westbrook. As you can see, it is not the end yet.
One and a half year after the Air Jordan 3 NRG Free Throw Line of the predecessor, we have official photos of Chris Paul's eleventh shoe - Jordan CP3.XI. In a purely visual aspect - probably one of the better CP3 models in recent years. His shoes enjoyed a good reputation in terms of playability, but the design never took away - this time in JB they decided to pull themselves up in this aspect. Certainly, the novelty for this series is the asymmetric velcro running through the shoe. The cushioning is done by two Zoom Air cushions under the heel and in the front (there is no info about their size or thickness), additionally a TPU plate for vigilance over the stiffness and tread pattern based on "herringbone". In theory, it looks like everything was in place.About half a year ago, rumors began to appear that Jordan Brand says the end with the signed line of Carmelo Anthony, which coincided with the date when the signature shoe Chris Chris was also published.
The yeezy boost 350 for sale earnings report was made public recently. One of the highlights of the conference was the sale of 1 million pairs of adidas x Parley for the Oceans footwear in 2017. This figure undoubtedly brings to the marine environment reclamation program. Strong support.Kasper Rorsted, president of adidas, said that sales of 1 million pairs of adidas x Parley for the Oceans shoes represented 11 million plastic bottles that were recycled for use in shoe manufacturing. These bottles were reborn and changed to other uses instead of It is dumped into the sea by waste. In addition to the Parley joint venture, adidas plans to use 80% of marine recycled plastic bottles on the UltraBOOST uppers for winter and winter of 2018. “This is not just a special case (using eco-friendly materials for footwear),” said Andre Maestrini, director of the brand’s global running shoes. And it will be the main way we will make Supreme Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 in the future.

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