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Imagine the entire Air Jordan series re-invented and updated with the latest technology. Complex’s Brett Goliff re-creates these OG models and pushes the envelope by re-introducing them with the latest performance technology found on recent Air Jordan models. From the Air Jordan 3 to the 14, Brett shows us what the Air Jordan line would look like in modern times. Check out the models after the Jump and let us know if you’d pick up a performance version of your favorite retro.

 

 

Air Jordan X

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Air Jordan IX

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Air Jordan VII

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Air Jordan VI

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Air Jordan V

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Air Jordan IV

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Air Jordan III

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Via Complex

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  • EddieBreeg

    No thank you. As a child of the 80’s/90’s I’d rather stick with the shoes I grew up lusting after (and never getting until I could afford them myself)

    • Fanofall

      If you were born in 1999, you’d appreciate these. Sit Down.

      • Too Cool Jarrett

        Why? They all look practically the same. Great concept. Wack execution.

        • AJMANia

          Can’t front, these are sick…You’re just “Too Cool”

  • Charlie Murphy

    For hooping I would. They all look Decent except the 11 is a copy of the XX8’s and the IV’s are a copy of KD V Elites.

    • 霧野疾風

      11s?lol.there are no 11s dude.

      • Charlie Murphy

        Lol I meant the IX

  • WTF

    None of you fucks appreciate the creativity here? fucking hypebeasts

  • wrnlo22

    is this a joke? ugly

  • Whoo Bandz

    These r tite all of em xcept tha 3 & 4

  • Whoo Bandz

    I really hope they release dem joints