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Reasons Why People Buy Jordan Shoes
Michael Jordan is arguably the best basketball player ever to play the game. Surely Bill Russell had much more championship rings under his name, Wilt Chamberlain scored more points in the game and Julius Erving took the game to the air before Jordan ever did. But Jordan is on a league of his own.
Such is the greatness of this player that his signature Air Jordans – or the collection of his signature shoes from Nike – have been a top-seller even after his playing days. No wonder people both old and young buy Jordan shoes. It’s the stuff of legends, some of them would often say. And somehow, they feel like they can do just what Jordan can do whenever he’s wearing them – acrobatic lay-ups, in-your-face dunks, fade-away jumpers and buzzer beater threes.
But some people buy Jordan shoes not because of the love of the game, but because of their aesthetical value. Jordan, especially during his time with the Chicago Bulls has been the epitome of class and style – being the first one to sport a shaven head and baggy shorts. This MVP caliber player knows that comfort is not the only thing that matters. And his shoes all the more made him look good when he’s up in the air.
It’s quite hard to imagine how a single man has revolutionized the game of basketball – from the time he wore his first Air Jordan, a red ensemble sneaker whose color was once banned in the NBA to his second three-peat. No other basketball player has had more signature shoes than him. In fact, the Air Jordan 2010 – the latest in the long line of Jordan’s signature shoes and is said to commemorate his 25th anniversary as a pro – will be worn by the Miami Heat Superstar Guard Dwyane Wade.
write by Michael Riemann