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Blue Jordans

Jordan 1 High Og University Blue

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A Two-Tone Style Set to Release in the Early Days of 2022.

After it was first revealed at the tail end of August, we’ve now been given a closer look at Jordan Brand‘s Air Jordan 1 “Dark Marina Blue” thanks to sneaker leaker Sneakertigger. A two-tone style that uses the same colorblocking scheme as the Air Jordan 1 “Pollen” but swaps yellow for blue, the “Dark Marina Blue” is equal parts fresh and classic, making for another noteworthy addition to the ever-expanding canon of non-OG Air Jordan 1 styles. (Source: hypebeast.com)

Raf Simons' Furry Kvadrat Fabrics Grace Massproductions' New Crown Easy Chairs

“The Furry Edition” was originally made for the curvy mirror designer Gustaf Westman, and now they can be yours for around $4,163 USD. (Source: hypebeast.com)

You Can Now Own an Elon Musk-Signed Tesla Model X Toy Car As an Nft

The physical model car is accompanied by NFTs of video proof and a Beckett letter of authenticity. (Source: hypebeast.com)

The Top 12 "blue" Air Jordans of All-Time

The red and black shoes Michael Jordan wore in his days as a Chicago Bull are remembered as much as the man himself. However, with the Air Jordan 12 Retro “Obsidian” releasing tomorrow, we decided to take a look at 12 of the best “Blue” Air Jordans that the line had to offer (in no particular order). Let us know what you think in the comments section. (Source: www.nicekicks.com)

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Michael Jordan to the Max (2000) (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

30+ Blue Jordan Basketball Shoes

runrepeat.com)Considered to be the greatest player of all time, Michael Jordan seems like the embodiment of the color blue. Ever reliable to bring home that trophy, the player worked hard to hone the skills that made him a legend on and off the courts. Starting young in honing his skills in the hoops, the Jumpman is on a league of his own. In the words of Larry Bird, “There’s Michael Jordan, and then there is the rest of us.” (Source:

What Does the Color Blue Represent?

Blue is one of the most relaxing colors in the color wheel. Other than the sky, this shade is quite rare in nature. Looking at this color’s history, it’s fairly recent that it was named. Scouring dust-covered books from the Greek period; one would not be able to find the word ‘blue.’ The closest description perhaps is a passage from the Iliad with Homer calling the sea “wine-dark.” (Source: runrepeat.com)

World War Ii Mustang Fighter Plane: Air Jordan V ‘v for Victory’

Victory and flight are the buzzwords when describing the Air Jordan V. Specifically inspired by the Boeing P-51 Mustang Fighter plane, the impressive piece of machinery served during World War II and the Korean War. Quoted from the 1944 Truman Senate War Investigating Committee, they described the victorious plane as: “the most aerodynamically perfect pursuit plane in existence.” Of course, all the crucial elements from the war vehicle can be found in the Jordan Vs. Taking one look at the shoe, it is the colorway used is reminiscent of the jackets worn by fighter pilots. Optimizing the effect is the fact that the upper is created with a suede element. At the sides of the pair is are vents which echo the look of the vents found in its fighter plane muse. The impressive pair retailed at $400 during its 2017 Spring release. (Source: runrepeat.com)

How Did 23 Become Michael Jordan’s Jersey Number?

runrepeat.com)When MJ was a kid, his favorite number used to be forty-five as it was his older brother Larry’s jersey number. When the Space Jam star started competing in high school, he had to pick another number for the court as the number forty-five was already taken. By halving the digit and rounding it out, the star athlete was able to come up with his jersey number. Only once in ‘95 did Michael Jordan use the number forty-five in court. (Source:

How Many Times Did Michael Jordan From the Nba? What Were the Reasons Behind His Retirement?

runrepeat.com)Michael Jordan retired from the NBA three times. His early retirement was in 1993 at the peak of his basketball career. After doing so, he tried his hand in baseball. Not going as good as his career in playing ball, he returned to the hardwood in 1996. After roping in a few more awards including two MVPs, he left the courts a second time. This time, he took a shot at a new role in the basketball industry. He became an owner while testing his managerial skills for the Washington Wizards. An endeavor that, unfortunately, did not take off. The famed athlete retired for good in 2003. (Source:

Did Michael Jordan Take Part in the Olympics?

runrepeat.com)Michael Jordan did take part in the Olympics in 1984 and 1992. As part of the United States team, the NBA All-star scored an average of 17 points per game in ‘84. With an undefeated streak, team USA brought home the gold. It was a similar situation ‘92 with Jordan earning an average of 14.9 points per game. Another gold medal was added to the US collection that year. (Source:

Travis Scott’s ‘military Blue’ Fragment Air Jordan 1 Sneaker May Drop This Month

Official imagery — and insane resale prices — suggest a launch is imminent. (Source: www.inputmag.com)

Air Jordan 1 Dark Marina Blue 555088-404 Release Dat

Dressed in a Dark Marina Blue, Black, and White color scheme. This Air Jordan 1 feasters a Black tumbled leather base with Marina Blue overlays, Swooshes, laces, tongue labels, and rubber outsole. White hits on the Nike Air branding on the tongues and midsole completes the design. (Source: sneakerbardetroit.com)

The Air Jordan I "powder Blue" Should Not Be Worn Around Duke Fans

The Air Jordan I "Powder Blue"—dubbed the "UNC" by devout Jordan collectors—hits shelves and online stores this Saturday. As part of the brand's ongoing "Remastered" program, the shoe is as close to the version that came out back in the '80s as can be. In fact, this is the first time this colorway of the classic sneaker has been re-released by Jordan brand, which doesn't happen often these days. (Source: www.gq.com)

Get to Know the Significance of the Royal and Faux Elephant Print Combination.

On a brisk Oregon morning in 1985, MJ prepared for takeoff. He wasn’t flying from the free-throw line or preparing to face off against an opposing player. Instead, he was simply standing still. (Source: air.jordan.com)

For Young Traders, a Market Where Air Jordans Are Blue Chips

The deal-making begins before people even enter the SoleXchange sneaker fair, held last month in Midtown Manhattan. The teenage traders attending these conventions are well schooled in the designs of hot new shoes, able to list retail and resale values and to track debut dates of new lines to plot future transactions. (Source: www.nytimes.com)

Jordan 1 High Og University Blue

Reseller Only • Release Date : (Source: thesolesupplier.co.uk)

A Two-Tone Style Set to Release in the Early Days of 2022.

After it was first revealed at the tail end of August, we’ve now been given a closer look at Jordan Brand‘s Air Jordan 1 “Dark Marina Blue” thanks to sneaker leaker Sneakertigger. A two-tone style that uses the same colorblocking scheme as the Air Jordan 1 “Pollen” but swaps yellow for blue, the “Dark Marina Blue” is equal parts fresh and classic, making for another noteworthy addition to the ever-expanding canon of non-OG Air Jordan 1 styles. (Source: hypebeast.com)

Raf Simons' Furry Kvadrat Fabrics Grace Massproductions' New Crown Easy Chairs

“The Furry Edition” was originally made for the curvy mirror designer Gustaf Westman, and now they can be yours for around $4,163 USD. (Source: hypebeast.com)

You Can Now Own an Elon Musk-Signed Tesla Model X Toy Car As an Nft

The physical model car is accompanied by NFTs of video proof and a Beckett letter of authenticity. (Source: hypebeast.com)

The Top 12 "blue" Air Jordans of All-Time

The red and black shoes Michael Jordan wore in his days as a Chicago Bull are remembered as much as the man himself. However, with the Air Jordan 12 Retro “Obsidian” releasing tomorrow, we decided to take a look at 12 of the best “Blue” Air Jordans that the line had to offer (in no particular order). Let us know what you think in the comments section. (Source: www.nicekicks.com)

Air Jorda

Michael Jordan to the Max (2000) (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

30+ Blue Jordan Basketball Shoes

Considered to be the greatest player of all time, Michael Jordan seems like the embodiment of the color blue. Ever reliable to bring home that trophy, the player worked hard to hone the skills that made him a legend on and off the courts. Starting young in honing his skills in the hoops, the Jumpman is on a league of his own. In the words of Larry Bird, “There’s Michael Jordan, and then there is the rest of us.” (Source: runrepeat.com)

What Does the Color Blue Represent?

Blue is one of the most relaxing colors in the color wheel. Other than the sky, this shade is quite rare in nature. Looking at this color’s history, it’s fairly recent that it was named. Scouring dust-covered books from the Greek period; one would not be able to find the word ‘blue.’ The closest description perhaps is a passage from the Iliad with Homer calling the sea “wine-dark.” (Source: runrepeat.com)

World War Ii Mustang Fighter Plane: Air Jordan V ‘v for Victory’

Victory and flight are the buzzwords when describing the Air Jordan V. Specifically inspired by the Boeing P-51 Mustang Fighter plane, the impressive piece of machinery served during World War II and the Korean War. Quoted from the 1944 Truman Senate War Investigating Committee, they described the victorious plane as: “the most aerodynamically perfect pursuit plane in existence.” Of course, all the crucial elements from the war vehicle can be found in the Jordan Vs. Taking one look at the shoe, it is the colorway used is reminiscent of the jackets worn by fighter pilots. Optimizing the effect is the fact that the upper is created with a suede element. At the sides of the pair is are vents which echo the look of the vents found in its fighter plane muse. The impressive pair retailed at $400 during its 2017 Spring release. (Source: runrepeat.com)

How Did 23 Become Michael Jordan’s Jersey Number?

runrepeat.com)When MJ was a kid, his favorite number used to be forty-five as it was his older brother Larry’s jersey number. When the Space Jam star started competing in high school, he had to pick another number for the court as the number forty-five was already taken. By halving the digit and rounding it out, the star athlete was able to come up with his jersey number. Only once in ‘95 did Michael Jordan use the number forty-five in court. (Source:

How Many Times Did Michael Jordan From the Nba? What Were the Reasons Behind His Retirement?

runrepeat.com)Michael Jordan retired from the NBA three times. His early retirement was in 1993 at the peak of his basketball career. After doing so, he tried his hand in baseball. Not going as good as his career in playing ball, he returned to the hardwood in 1996. After roping in a few more awards including two MVPs, he left the courts a second time. This time, he took a shot at a new role in the basketball industry. He became an owner while testing his managerial skills for the Washington Wizards. An endeavor that, unfortunately, did not take off. The famed athlete retired for good in 2003. (Source:

Did Michael Jordan Take Part in the Olympics?

 

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