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Air Jordan 12 University Gold Gonna Release on July 18th, 2020

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New Jordan went a long way in sparking some interest in the OG Low, and now another familiar colorway may further curiosity for the wider market in 2020: a “Black Cement” Air Jordan 11 Low IE.Tipped to arrive around on July 9th, the low-cut, heavily-overlayed retro is said to don the OG Air Jordan 3 colorway of the same name, complete with elephant print overlays, silver tongues, and red branding hits. But while the pair is yet to be sighted,gives us a pretty clear indication of what we can expect next year. First looks, confirmed release deets, and more info will filter through soon, so make sure you’re following us on Twitter for further developments.
Air Jordan 12 University Gold releases continue to fall in 2020 for Jordan Brand, with the upcoming Air Jordan 12 “University Gold” arriving inspired by Gary “The Glove” Payton’s revered Laker’s Jordan 12 PE from 2003.While no images have leaked, the color listing suggests that it will be an adapted version of GP’s exclusive, arriving in a similar Black/Black-University Gold. Payton’s pair does come with metallic gold eyelets and PE branding, both of which are not expected to be present on this release.
2020 Cheap Ray-Ban Sunglasses ,A third new AJ3 has been revealed in as many days, with an upcoming “Varsity Royal” Air Jordan 3 joining the Brand’s 2020 Summer lineup.Sneaker-leaker dropped info earlier today on the pair which is tipped to arrive on June 25th. Listed colors are Varsity Royal/Varsity Royal/Cement Grey, but first looks were not provided. The color listing has already sparked the imagination of many, with multiple people suggesting a take-down model of DJ Khaled’s “Father of Asahd” — but let’s be real, it’s very likely to be a “Blue Cement” version of All-Star Weekend’s Red pair, minus the Nike Air branding.


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