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Air Jordan 31 XXXI Low “Banned” Black/University Red-White For Sale
Enter a The Jordans 2018 For Salemade its retail debut in a Black- and Red-colored “Banned” colorway, dressed up in the same color scheme as the Air Jordan which also hit the shelves once again recently. The Air Jordan 31 is the latest milestone in Jordan Brand’slegacy, integrating the perfect blend of ground breaking and performance into the sport of basketball. Jordan Brand is even referring to the Air Jordan 31 as an “Anti-Gravity Machine.”The standard, red-and-black version of the shoe has history. As the story goes, Michael Jordan were the red and black Air Jordan I, despite being warned by the NBA that the colorway did not fit the league dress code at the time. Jordan wore the sneaker anyway, and Nike paid the $5,000 fine he got each time he put them on. As a tribute, the XXXI has the word “BANNED” written across the bottom. The red and black feels traditional, going back to standard Bulls colors.More interesting is the dual Nike and Jordan Brand logos on the sides of the shoe.
The New Jordans 2018 started as a Nike shoe. Then in 1997, Jordan Brand became its own company, as a subsidiary that Nike owned. On top of that, the original Air Jordan logo is stenciled at the top of the shoe.
The standard logo is on the side toward the heel. For those who like to show off brands, the XXXI is full of insignias.The black base with some red and a touch of white is a safe, clean look. Some other colorways have popped up, including a USA/Olympic red, white and blue combination. So far, the design is not blowing anyone away creatively, but that isn’t to say they are boring. Future colorways could be edgy and spice things up.description
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