May 26, 2015 BY Yale Schalk / 0
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This Daily Jordan installment takes a look back at arguably one of the top lifestyle-oriented signature shoe colorways of the ’00s. Air Jordan XX1 in Light Graphite/Metallic Silver-White-University Blue released on June 3rd, 2006 as a top summer release. At the time, the sneaker community was just about fully acclimated to advance looks at most every major sneaker coming down the pike. So the Graphite XX1, with its chilled out, wardrobe-friendly grey suede and light blue striping, had built up quite a following by the time it dropped. Like the Mocha 3 we checked out recently, this colorway was definitely a “wish I hadn’t slept on those” shoe for many a sneaker fan. While a retro might be a ways off in the distance, original pairs both new and used can be found now via eBay sellers like unitedshoesofamerica. Get a great detailed look below.
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