Paying tribute to Ray Allen’s career and his Hall of Fame induction in 2018, New Air Jordans 2019 will release the Air Jordan 7 Ray Allen in 2019 which will also celebrate his 23rd anniversary of his draft class in 1996. The Hall of Famer has been a member of Jordan Brand since 1997, and in 2002, Ray Allen sported two player exclusive Air Jordan 7s with “Home” and “Away” colorways during his tenure with the Milwaukee Bucks.
Ray Allen signed to Jordan Brand in 1997, making him one of the first players to wear the Jumpman with official ties. To celebrate his special career and 2018 Hall of Fame induction, 2019 Jordan will be releasing an Air Jordan 7 Ray Allen this year. Featuring a blacked-out nubuck upper, grey and purple accents are seen on the midsole, followed by a purple Jumpman logo on the ankle and green outsole to mimic the Bucks Home theme, to top off the design. The UConn product arrived in the NBA as part of that legendary draft class that included luminaries such as Kobe Bryant and Allen Iverson, and Ray’s name certainly belongs in that group of icons that to this made deems 1996 as one of the best rookie classes in history.
Nike Shoes expands their women’s lineup with a brand new clean iteration of the Air Max 270 that would be perfect to wear on Easter Sunday. Dressed in a White, Laser Fuchsia, Teal Tint, and Blue Fury color scheme. This release features a White mesh upper highlighted with Pink, Teal, Orange, and Blue contrasting accents.

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