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Say Hello To Another Super-Clean Pair Of Jordan CMFT Max Air 10 Kicks

Submitted by on November 28, 2011 – 2:25 pmNo Comment

I’ve slept on the Jordan CMFT Max Air 10 sneaker. In theory, these things were practically built for me. They’re not exactly a sneakerhead’s wet dream. But, if you play ball and you like a good, clean sneaker to wear before and after a game—or you’re just looking for a casual alternative to all of the other Air Max sneakers that have become commonplace recently—then these sneakers are for you. I just bought a pair in a cool-grey colorway and I can already envision them slipping into my regular sneaker rotation in no time.

Jordan realizes that it obviously has a winning sneaker. So they’ve decided to push forth with it and drop another new colorway in the new year. In January, they’ll roll out a black/white/varsity red colorway that seems to pay homage to the guy responsible for starting the Jordan brand in the first place. They’re not super flashy or anything, but they are the perfect companion to a pair of sweats and a hoody this winter. They also feature a red-and-black checked sockliner that’s pretty similar to the one found on the Air Jordan X.

These won’t be cheap. Like other Jordan CMFT Max Air sneakers before them, they’ll run you about $135 when they drop. But that price is well worth it when you consider that these could easily turn into an everyday sneaker that you wear with just about anything. So make sure you save some of your Christmas cash this year to get a pair.

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