June 22nd, 2015 by Yale Schalk / 0
Undoubtedly one of the most radical-looking Jordans ever, Air Jordan XIX debuted at retail on March 13, 2004 in White/Chrome-Flint Grey-Black at $165. The funky fencing mask lace cover, comprised of a material called Tech Flex, provided a design element that doubled as an aesthetic and performance attribute that stretched and recoiled with foot movement – a sort of shout to the shoe’s black mamba snake inspiration. The XIX also continued the trend of special packaging, with each shoe wrapped in a mesh bag and placed inside a special fold-out box. You can find various sizes of the Flints in everything from beat pairs to brand new pristines on eBay. Enjoy a throwback look at the Air Jordan XIX below and stay tuned for more Daily Jordans.
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