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Debut of the Air Jordan 35

The Air Jordan collection is one of the most well known sneaker lines in the world. From amazing collaborations, to memorable sneakers worn on court, Jordan, Tinker and others made this collection a smash and timeless. Young children, that never once saw Jordan dribble a ball, want the new “J’s” every week, no matter the style number or color way. Some of us learned our Roman Numerals from keeping up with Jordan’s, so when it came up at school, we were already one up.

Now the Air Jordan collection adds its’ next installment with the Air Jordan 35. Michael Jordan himself has been long removed from the hardwood, but he has a talented team that keeps the legacy thriving, and moving forward. The first looks of the Jordan 35 hit the scene earlier this week with a “Fragment” and “Bayou Boyz” colorway. No release date on the “Bayou Boyz” as of yet, but the “Fragment” colorway is said to hit shelves on October 28th. This week, we got a chance to see the Jordan 35 on the court and it didn’t disappoint. Kia Nurse and Jeff Green debuted the sneaker on court in their respective bubbles, and these look to be a hit. Kia Nurse recorded her 1000th career bucket in the sneaker and we are hoping for some crazy colorways in this sneaker to follow, after achieving that amazing milestone.

Stay locked in for more information on the Air Jordan 35 and look for more of the Jordan Brand athletes to hit the court in some crazy colorways in the future.


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What's good all! My name is Reggie Jackson II and I'm from Baton Rouge, LA. I have been collecting sneakers since 2010 and been writing since 2012. My favorite sneakers are the Jordan 2, Jordan 14, and the Air Max 1. I hoop in my spare time (and anytime I can) and any Kobe is my go to on the court. Rise Grind and Buy Sneakers.


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