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The Pantone lineage that we''ve been featuring on Jordan Shoes 2012 News over the last few months have us thinking: Where are these beauties coming from? Most of these samples are dated for Fall 2008, a year that marks the significant ’23′ milestone, but we know that Jordan Brand also put out a similar collection of University Blue’d out Air Jordans for that For The Love Of The Game set, but those featured a profound laser detail on the upper. So it’s clear that these are now making their way out to the hands of a lucky few, but it’ll take a pretty penny to get ‘em into your own hands, but this first look at the motorsports-inspired Air Jordan XVIII might have you reaching for your account because these are looking as jaw-dropping as ever. (Air Jordan 13 Air Max Fusion)
Last night, New Jordans 2012 Nickelodeon held their 25th Annual Kids Choice Awards in Los Angeles, California. The show was hosted by entertainment icon Will Smith and featured appearances from Justin Beiber, Katy Perry, Heidi Klum, Chris Rock and even First Lady Michelle Obama. Also a part of the show was rapper/actor Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, who was escorted by 10-year old daughter Karma and a friend. For the occasion, Luda laced up the Isaiah Scott designed Doernbecher Air Jordan Retro 4. The matching t-shirt promotes his daughter's educational website, Karmas's World.
You've heard the rumors - now take your first look at what appears to be a lineup of Nike Air Foamposite One samples. Nike Ken Griffey 2(II) to be making highly-anticipated returns are the original "Olive" and retro "Cool Grey" colorways, along with two styles we've never seen before. First, a Black/Photo Blue make-up somewhat reminiscent of the old Player Exclusives worn by Penny Hardaway and Nick Anderson. Also, there's a Black/Silver/Red pair that will pay tribute to Johnny Kilroy, a fictional character played by Michael Jordan to promote the Air Jordan 6 in commercials during his brief mid-90s retirement.