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The air jordan 2 Decon Thunder Blue is one of the three colorways releasing this weekend. Featuring a lifestyle updated design, the suede upper replaces its traditional leather makeup. Tonal leather detailing are seen on the wings branded tongue, Nike branded heel and tan insoles featuring the classic Jumpman. A contrasting white rubber sole completes the sleek and simple look altogether.Look for this colorway of the Air Jordan 2 Decon at select Jordan Brand stores and online on July 15 for a retail price tag of $160. Click and bookmark our Air Jordan 2 Decon Triple Black/Sail/Thunder Blue hub page now for the shoe’s latest release info and up-to-the-minute updates and images. How would you like to own a piece of Tinker Hatfield/Jordan Brand history? Tinker’s design of the air jordan 3 was one of the biggest reasons why Jordan Brand is what it is today. Details on the shoe such as the elephant print and the visible Air on the midsole made this shoe iconic right from the start. This is also that first Nike/Jordan Brand shoe that really captivated the hear of Michael Jordan and convinced him to stay with the brand.Now an original Tinker Hatfield Air Jordan 3 sketch is currently up for grabs via an eBay auction. What makes this even cooler is that fact that all proceeds will be going to Make-A-Wish. The piece was inspired by the memory of Andrew Woodruff, a 14-year-old boy who was granted the wish of visiting Nike campus and unfortunately passed away shortly after. During an interview with Jordan Brand, Mark Wahlberg revealed the design process behind his Air Jordan 5 Transformer PE. One of his concepts behind the design was to have the air jordan 4 actually transform into the Air Jordan 5. Could you imagine if they actually went with that design.He also explains why he picked the Air Jordan 5, which he says, “The AJ 5 was the perfect fit because in my opinion, the AJ 5 has a futuristic look to it. It kinda looks like a shoe that can transform.”What do you guys think of his original idea for the an Air Jordan “Transformer” PE?


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