August 19, 2015 BY Yale Schalk / 0
In 2004, if you wanted to rock the latest Air Jordan signature shoe but couldn’t – or didn’t want to – pull off the polarizing XIX, the XIX Low filled in admirably. The Zoom Air-infused sole carried over from the mid, with an expressive but decidedly lower key upper highlighted by a woven-style vamp and cement elephant print along the toe. The XIX Low didn’t exactly wear a hole in sneaker shop countertops with sales, so you’d think there are surplus pairs aplenty out there. But the shoe is more scarce on eBay than you might think. Take a closer look below, and let us know if Jordan Brand should ever consider bringing shoes like the XIX Low and XX Low back in retro form. Stay tuned for more Daily Jordan.
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