Jordan Brand 2014 All-Star ‘Crescent City Collection’

By: 02.11.14

Jordan Crescent City Collection

Words By Retro Boogie

Looks like Jordan Brand athletes are going to have the best footwear come All-Star weekend. The Jordan Brand 2014 All-Star ‘Crescent City Collection’ comes as a foursome and it definitely might outshine its Nike counterpart. When Nike opted for similar colors, JB did the opposite. The only universal similarities across the line are ice soles, and crimson laces. The use of colors in the pack do a solid job of depicting the rich culture of NOLA, from the music to the food to the nightlife. High fives all around.

Of the entire collection, what caught our eyes the most was definitely the Jordan 28 SE. A cracked pavement pattern on a volt green pattern is everything. Why? Because reasons. Kind of reminds us of a Kobe 6 ‘Grinch’ and Hyperdunk 2011 Blake-Quake mashup. So if the other Infrareds wasn’t enough to ruin wallets financially for Valentine’s Day, these shoes will. We’ll be e-camping early Friday for these. Sorry in advanced to our collective sweethearts.

The Jordan Brand 2014 All-Star ‘Crescent City Collection’ drops February 14th. Hit the additional pages for detailed photos for each model.

Air Jordan 28 SE Crescent City (3)

Jordan CP3 VII Crescent City (3)

Jordan Melo M10 Crescent City 5

Jordan SuperFly 2 Crescent City (3)

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