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nike air jordan running shoes 2020 ‘UNC’ Release Date

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Part of the collegiate series from Jordan Estimate, we have another pair that pays tribute to Michael Jordan’s alma mater, the University of North Carolina. Launching in 2022, we have the nike air jordan running shoes 2020 ‘UNC’ nike air max 2015 white black blue.

This nike air jordan running shoes 2020 will come tinged in the classic UNC colorway. Although images have yet to leak, we can annul that the mock-up is an accurate monstrosity of what’s releasing. Highlighted in a ‘Carmine’ color blocking, University Blue lands on the base while White leather appears on the overlays. Next, Navy hits the lace lock, branding, liner, heel, and midsole. The woven jock tag is stitched onto the heel, argyle print lands on the translucent tongue, while an icy translucent outsole finishes the look.

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nike air max wheat 2015 release schedule 2016 nike air jordan running shoes 2020 ‘UNC’ to release at select retailers and Nike.com on March 5th, 2022. The retail price is $200. As soon trouble we have more information, we will oblige sure to update you.

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Color: University Blue/White-College Navy-Black
Release Date: March 5, 2022
Style Edict: CT8529-410
Price: $200

Update (6/14): The ‘UNC’ nike air jordan running shoes 2020 is expected to launch on March 5th for $200. They will not be available in full family sizing.

The image used is a mock-up by zsneakerheadz.

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