DETAILED LOOK AT THE AIR JORDAN 8 “ALTERNATE” from WJ1997's blog

Jordan Shoes 2017 is back this summer in an all-new colorway, but one that may simultaneously look very familiar. That’s because the eighth Air Jordan gets covered in the classic “Cool Grey” color scheme first made famous by the Air Jordan 11 and since seen on a number of other Air Jordan models. The Air Jordan 8’s Cool Grey outfit is arguably one of the best executions of the neutral grey look yet, featured in a suede upper with leather paneling at the heel and all accents in lightly contrasting shades of darker and lighter grey. A colorway this nice is going to be in high demand, so consult our full list of online an in-store destinations to acquire your pair below.
Nike Air Jordan 2017 will be reinterpreted in a color scheme that is somewhat reflective of the lifestyle imprint’s signature tones, although, this forthcoming pair doesn’t correlate with the Los Angeles brand as previous rumors suggested.The sneaker’s nubuck-based upper is essentially draped in sequoia green, while black and wolf grey accents are implemented on the rear mudguard, tongue and sole unit. Finally, pops of max orange adorn the chenille Jumpman-branded tongue patch and graphic detailing on the outsole to cap off the respective theme.Jordan Brand expands their “Alternate” Collection by releasing the Air Jordan 8 Alternate in February 2017.
Cheap Adidas Yeezy 350 already has the Air Jordan 8 Cool Grey releasing and it will be joined with this Air Jordan 8 Cement that is a nod to the Bred-inspired colorway of the Air Jordan 4. The sneaker is simply covered in black leather and suede with cement grey detailing. Gym red accents are seen on the tongue and outsole while the year “1993” is placed on the back tabs to commemorate Michael Jordan’s first Three-Peat with the Chicago Bulls.Dressed in a White, Black and Red color scheme. This Air Jordan 8 is a nod to an unreleased Air Jordan 8 that never made it into production. Featuring a White leather upper with perforated detailing. Both Red and Black contrasting accents are spotted throughout.

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