Last Air Jordans?

Last Air Jordans?

There are 49 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Jan 8, 2008, titled Last Air Jordans?. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

It's gotta be the shoes, right? No other basketball shoe has changed the face of business, athletics and marketing like the Air Jordan.

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Bozo

Baltimore, MD

#45 Jan 10, 2008
My career is being ruined by all youse folks what thinks you has got to dress like us circus clowns. We has spent centuries perfecting the outlandish look for our profession and now, in just a few years, you have all remade outlandish into cool & hip. Now us poor professional clowns just blend into the crowd with the rest of you Bozos!
HarleyRider

United States

#46 Jan 11, 2008
Those shoes are absolutely GAY looking.

I know Jordan has pierced ears, but this is ridiculous.
AFRICA

Bath, MI

#47 Jan 11, 2008
Joe wrote:
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Your lucky you didn't get any closer, I bet he has HIV just like Magic
I accidently got close to Larry Bird, now for some strange reason, I want to purchase a trailor.
Jordan Fan

Franklin, WI

#48 Jan 12, 2008
Im sick of jordan Period, his shoes are too damn expencive and he had a damn jacket on eastbay for $1,099. Hes a prick and i think everybody should just buy fakes instead of paying $200 for some damn shoes. Brand Jordan went overboard, it use to be a nice and pretty cheap but now its over the top.

Since: Sep 07

Chicago

#49 Jan 13, 2008
Jordan Fan wrote:
Im sick of jordan Period, his shoes are too damn expencive and he had a damn jacket on eastbay for $1,099. Hes a prick and i think everybody should just buy fakes instead of paying $200 for some damn shoes. Brand Jordan went overboard, it use to be a nice and pretty cheap but now its over the top.
He's one of the few athletes with the credibility to put out a high-end clothing line. What is wong with that? Are you just pissed you can't afford it? Why can Calvin Klein or Amrani put out high-end goods without criticism, but Jordan does it and he's Satan incarnate?

“Estamos Unidos!”

Since: Oct 07

Northern Suburbs

#50 Jan 14, 2008
Ndugu wrote:
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He's one of the few athletes with the credibility to put out a high-end clothing line. What is wong with that? Are you just pissed you can't afford it? Why can Calvin Klein or Amrani put out high-end goods without criticism, but Jordan does it and he's Satan incarnate?
Because many people are dumb and make this about race. They think that only black people will wear Jordan apparel, and they assume that black people can't afford it, so the people that post here complain about it. They also assume that people who wear Armani and Calivn Klein, are of a different race/class, so it's ok.
Many people are ignorant to assume people's wealth and education based on race.
slater

Missoula, MT

#51 Apr 16, 2009
it suckes in wolf point
slater

Missoula, MT

#52 Apr 16, 2009
jorden is ok
Tiffany

United States

#53 Apr 17, 2009
i love jordans,their fresh,and their stylish

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