This Jordans 2017 Air Jordan 1 Valentines Day is a kids exclusive Air Jordan 1 that continues the "For the Love of the Game" series. Keeping things in the Valentines Day theme, this Air Jordan 1 features a Black, Hyper Pink and White color combination. Featuring White across the panels, midsole and toe while Black lands on the overlays, tongue, Swoosh and Wings branding. Pink is applied around the heel and collar while using 3M reflective. Finishing the look is Black on the outsole and "For the Love of the Game" logo which is a heart and basketball intertwined on the heel. Dressed in a Black, Hyper Pink and White color scheme. This Air Jordan 1 is perfect to wear for Valentine's Day. Featuring a "Black Toe" with a White toe box and side panels, along with Hyper Pink on the heel overlay. Highlighting the release is the "For the Love of the Game" embroidery on the heels, along with 3M reflective detailing.
Women Jordans 2017, The Air Jordan 1 GS GG Valentines Day may look kind of familiar since it happens to use the same color blocking as the Black Toe. The only difference is swapping out the Red for Hyper Pink. The shoe comes constructed out of leather. Features worth mentioning are the reflective rear panel, and the heart-shaped basketball logo taking the place of the Jumpman branding on the heel. The AJIII "Joker" also figures to make a big splash that day, and there are a couple of other drops whose theme suggests they'll drop around the same time or a little earlier. This new Air Jordan 1 Mid Premium GS features the FTLOTG heart-sketball and pink/red construction featuring a lacy underlay and opalescent Swoosh. Look for these around the same time as the AJV GS Valentine.
New Jordans 2016 Keeping things in the Valentines Day theme, this Air Jordan 1 features a Black, Hyper Pink and White color combination. Featuring White across the panels, midsole and toe while Black lands on the overlays, tongue, Swoosh and Wings branding. Pink is applied around the heel and collar while using 3M reflective. Finishing the look is Black on the outsole and "For the Love of the Game" logo which is a heart and basketball intertwined on the heel. All basketball shoes were white before the introduction of the Air Jordan. Even though Michael Jordan wasn’t the first player to endorse a shoe, which was Julius "Dr J" Erving Converse shoe, but he completely changed the way athletes endorsed sports gear.According to Forbes Magazine, new Air Jordans account for 71 percent of the US sneaker market and the market share continues to grow.