Posted by : Yale Schalk
Paul Millsap, Nike Air Zoom Huarache 2K4
Category : Air Jordan, Jordan Brand, NBA Kicks, Nike, Under Armour
Tags: Air Jordan 11, Air Jordan 11 Concords, Air Jordan 11 Low, Air Jordan 11 Spacejams, Air Jordan 14, Air Jordan 18, Air Jordan 18 CDP, Air Jordan 18 Countdown Pack, Air Jordan 2012, Chris Paul, CounterKicks, DeMarcus Cousins, Gerald Green, Gerald Wallace, Greivis Vasquez, James Singleton, Jerome Dyson, Jordan CP3.V, Kemba Walker, Kevin Durant, LeBron James, Micro G Torch, Monta Ellis, NBA Kicks, NBA Shoes, Nike Air Max Hyperdunk 2011, Nike Air Zoom Huarache 2K4, Nike LeBron 9, Nike Zoom KD IV, Nike Zoom Rookie, Paul Millsap, Shannon Brown, UA Micro G Torch, UA Torch, Under Armour, Under Armour Micro G Bloodline, Under Armour Micro G Torch, Under Armour Torch, Vince Carter
There’s a reason for that, Jordan 2012 is a fashion-shoe, comfy, solid, but nothing spectacular(except the stitch-work of course), every serious baller, that had ‘em, quickly switched back after 1, or 2 games, because they’re simply not build for a lot of basketball.
Shannon Brown’s XIV’s much better, and if you look carefully, the same fundamental ‘bone-structure’ as the 2012, only better executed.
Vasquez Bloodlines(I’m sad he wears too small a size , I really wanted these)
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