Does the Air Jordan 8 "3-Peat" Look Better on Feet?
If you're a Suns, Lakers, or TrailBlazers fan, you might feel a bit offended that Michael Jordan decided to use their team colors to color his 3-peat Championship shoe. But if you're not, we can all agree this is a pretty strong flex move. Prior to the release on October 24th, we have an on foot look of the Air Jordan 8 "3-Peat" courtesy of Corporate.
Does this change your opinion on the sneakers for better or worse? Let us know how you feel about the "3-Peat" Air Jordan 8 by dropping a comment down below.
[Original post published on February 26th]
New look for the Holidays.
As we continuing unveiling the Jordan Brand Holiday 2015 lineup, here's a look at a new Air Jordan 8. This new look pays tribute to Chicago’s first three-peat championship season, while taking color cues from each of the three defeated teams. Vivid hues invigorate the white- and black-based shoe, in addition to the Infrared-toned Jumpman highlighted on the new tongue label. Jordan Brand officially names this sneaker the Air Jordan 8 "Three Times a Charm" but 3-Peat sounds a lot better so we'll roll with that.