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Jordan 18

Drive the 2003 Air Jordan. One-piece suede upper, double stack Zoom Air, and the Carbon Comfort control plate all combine to create the ultimate performance shoe built to withstand the demands of the court. The Jordan 18 came to be released in 2003. During this time, Michael played on for the Wizards, but his knee didn't quite hold up for all the games. He returned by the end of the season and ended his career on April 16th 2003 against the 76ers. This time I think we can say with certainty that he would not coming back again. Jordan Senior Footwear Designer Tate Kuerbis created and designed the XVIII. He had been part of the Jordan footwear design team since 1999 and cooperated with Nike since 1995. The inspiration of this design was a combination of a number of things, sleek racing lines of the auto world, Carbon fiber-based monocoque of F1 race cars, race car driving shoes which was a rubber heel wrap and Fine Italian dress shoes which bold stitching on the soles. And we did not disappointed at the Air Jordan 18 Shoes', it came in a new Jordan box with a nice cut out 18 with foil behind it and a new pull-out opening the box itself was just super. In the package there was also a black suede hi-tops brush and a towel included. A great set of tools that simplified the cleaning of the shoes. XVIII's were taken a little bit further than the former ones. The design was pretty similar but the lace cover was lifted off and the Jumpman was brought forward on the side of the shoe. And in 2003, it came in a custom silver cardboard box, with Jordan Drivers Manual, suede brush and small black towellette. And noted the suede brush came with the black suede XVIII's. Other non-suede models did not get a suede brush. But you just could get a small white towellette.And you can get them at wholesale price on our Air Jordans Online website.

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