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Who Wants A Pair Of Nike Air Jordan 1 “Gucci” Sneakers?

Submitted by on December 1, 2012 – 11:11 am2 Comments

GUCCI! That’s the first and only thing that’ll come to your mind when you lay eyes on these new Nike Air Jordan 1 “Gucci” sneakers that are set to hit stores sometime early this month (possibly as early as today, although they may not be available everywhere for a few more days). Although Nike is officially endorsing them as “Gucci” sneakers (no need to get involved in a messy legal battle, right?), these AJ1 sneakers feature the patented Gucci colors all over them and look super luxe as a result of it.

As you can see, Nike has incorporated the Black, Gym Red, Gorge Green, and White colors into their iconic sneaker to recreate the classic Gucci style. Additionally, they’ve outfitted the entire sneaker in leather to really make it stand out. If you wear Gucci clothing often—or you just want to show off your love for Gucci—then these sneakers will definitely do the trick and will turn a few heads in the process.

As we said, we’re still a little bit unclear as to when you’ll be able to pick these up. They were originally supposed to be in stores today until Nike altered the release date. But, word is that that change may only affect those in Asia. So, if you’ve got a local sneaker dealer or a reliable connect, make sure you put in a call about these. At just $110, this is probably the closest you’re going to be able to get to copping some Gucci this holiday season without completely breaking the bank.

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