Air Jordan 31 (XXX1) Banned To Drop In September

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On September 3, 2016, the Air Jordan 31 (XXX1) Banned hits stores globally. The new Jordan’s are inspired by the iconic 1985 Air Jordan 1, which has a black and red colorway that violated the NBA’s league uniform policy. MJ got a $5,000 fine every time he wore them on the court.

The Air Jordan 31 has a first-of-its-kind flyweave and leather upper. These kicks also include the legendary original wing logo and NIKE swoosh.

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Chicago Bulls star, Jimmy Butler, debuted the Air Jordan 31 at USA Basketball’s training camp in Las Vegas. You can purchase these joints for $185. More information on Kicks On Fire.

What is your favorite Jordan shoe?

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  • Darryl Shamble

    Can you please explain to me why people are still getting killed over Jordans?

    • Bloodshed

      The answer is quite simple.. the ones doing the killing are poor and they either want to sell them to the highest bidder or keep them for themselves. As for the ones getting killed, they probably forgot or never heard or didn’t think about what Jesus said in Luke 6:29 “And if anyone takes away your coat, don’t hold back your shirt either. 30 Give to everyone who asks you, and from one who takes your things, don’t ask for them back.” and the teaching in Matthew 6:25 “This is why I tell you: Don’t worry about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Isn’t life more than food and the body more than clothing?” Now assuming the ones getting killed are Christians, this applies to them, whereas for the others they will try to put up a fight or run for their life before their sneakers get snatched away from them. But while they’re really nice shoes we shouldn’t be stacking up these kinds of treasures so to speak, but we should as Christians stack up “treasures” thieves cannot steal nor stick us up for it. I’m not against looking good and all but we should be careful how we steward that cash and the expectations or consequences of flashing those “treasures”.