The Air Jordan XX8 “Bright Crimson” & “Black/White/Red” Releasing This Weekend

By: 04.24.13  •  2 Comments
Air Jordan XX8

Air Jordan XX8 (photo. Foot Locker)

Perhaps no sneaker release this year has been more talked about than the Air Jordan XX8. This weekend, two more Air Jordan XX8 colorways are releasing: the “Bright Crimson” and the “Black/White/Red.” Both feature the traditional Chicago Bulls colors. The lightest Air Jordan to date, and also the most tested and technologically-advanced, the XX8 features an ultra-responsive and durable outsole, Zoom Air, unique Flight Plate technology and a carbon fiber heel.

Both pairs will retail for $250 and will be available at select Foot Locker and House of Hoops by Foot Locker stores this Saturday. Also starting at 8:00 a.m. EST this Saturday, April 27, they’ll be available online.

Air Jordan XX8

Air Jordan XX8 (photo. Foot Locker)

Air Jordan XX8

Air Jordan XX8 (photo. Foot Locker)

Air Jordan XX8

Air Jordan XX8 (photo. Foot Locker)

Air Jordan XX8

Air Jordan XX8 (photo. Foot Locker)

Air Jordan XX8

Air Jordan XX8 (photo. Foot Locker)

Air Jordan XX8

Air Jordan XX8 (photo. Foot Locker)

Air Jordan XX8

Air Jordan XX8 (photo. Foot Locker)

Hit page 2 for a close look at the “Bright Crimson” colorway…

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