Check Out These “Air Jordan” Throwback Fall Releases #GFTV Swag #411

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– Written by Ms. Sleek Style

It has become rather astonishing to see how many people will fight over and re-purchase the same number “Air Jordan’s” year after year for the last 23 years. Customers just cannot get enough of the sneakers, always being released in different colors schemes with different sub title names.

Low and behold, one can expect New “Air Jordan” releases this Fall 2012 and here are a couple candidates:


Nike “Air Jordan” Retro 6’s

The Nike Air Jordans Retro 6 will be dropping in September 2012 in a blue, white and grey color scheme. These sneakers, popularly subtitled as “The Rabbits”,  have been big hits in past years, mainly because they are a high top sneaker that can be used for ballers to shoot hoops in. A look that can be rocked on the court or for a night out, these Retro 6′s will be another crazy fad that will swarm the pop culture this fall.

Nike “Air Jordan” Retro 1’s

These “Air Jordan” Retro 1’s will be dropping Fall 2012 also. Their sub title name, “Phat Blackout”, sure gives the illusion of low key, comfortable and extra cool to this sneaker! Previously released last year in white, black and red color scheme, many will be anticipating this sneaker. Mostly an athletic shoe, other customers still put the sneaker to good use with matching outfits!



Nike “Air Jordan” Spizikes

These “Air Jordan” Spizikes in red and black will definitely cause a war in the sneaker stores. Looking like they came back to life from the dinosaur ages, these sneakers are going to hit hard and sell out quick! Expect them in the mid Fall and don’t expect them to be around long! Get you a pair and hold onto them for safe keeping. This is a garanteed limited edition color scheme.

Have any Fall 2012 sneaker release ideas? Share them with us!!


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