The Daily Jordan: Jordan Icons “Celtics” Ray Allen PE – 2010

May 20, 2015 BY / 0

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The Jordan Icons “Celtics” PE is today’s Daily Jordan, a shoe that actually stepped off the court and into stores for you to purchase on Saturday, March 20th, 2010 at Foot Locker’s House of Hoops. Alongside an obsidian blue Icons for Joe Johnson, this “Clover” green shoe delivered the classic Celtics look in honor of Ray Allen, then in the middle of his third season in Boston. Up top the shoe was a patent leather affair, embroidered in white brightwork and capped on the bottom with Air Jordan XX‘s Independent Podular Suspension (I.P.S.). These didn’t sport the “Ray” logo like the alternate Celtics Icons that were displayed the following month at Concepts but they still sold through as a nice collection score. Did you pick these up? Time for Jordan Brand to crank out more PE editions like this? Drop us a line.

Source: eBay seller stevehezhou

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