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Top 5: Air Jordan, why so Blue?



In recent weeks, Air Jordan has decided to drop a number of pairs with a blue colorway. Whether it is because of the winter weather affecting the northern hemisphere, sheer coincidence or some grand-scheme marketing plan up Jordan Brand’s sleeve, we don’t know. However, we are in love with drops so far, as they all gained interest within the sneakerhead community. Let’s take a look the TOP5  Blue Air Jordan released and to-be-released:

5. Air Jordan VI Sport Blue

Air Jordan VI "Sport Blue"

2014 was the year of the Air Jordan VI, and the Sport Blue silhouette started the pattern of blue drops from JB. It sported blue accents along the lower and upon the branding, these kicks are majority white patent leather.

4. Air Jordan XI & XX9 Ultimate Gift Pack 

It’s difficult to find a locate a sneakerhead not in love with any pair of the Air Jordan XI, so it was smart for JB to released the coveted Patone colorway with the latest Air Jordan, the XX9 Legend Blue.

3. Air Jordan VII French Blue

2015 will be the year of the Air Jordan VII, and the French Blue silhouette will most likely end the pattern of blue drops from JB. It sports blue accents along the lower and upon the branding, these kicks are majority white patent leather.

2. Air Jordan IV Columbia

Being released this Saturday at selected Nike Inc. retailers, sneakerheads across the world will be lining up to get their hands on the remastered version of the iconic Air Jordan IV Columbia.

1. Air Jordan XI Legend Blue

The biggest shoe release of the year and one of the biggest in recent memory, as Jordan Brand pocketed over $80 million off this pair alone the Saturday before Christmas 2014. The name speaks for itself… The Air Jordan XI Legend Blue.

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