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    debate of all time in the world of professional basketball is Air Jordan verses King James. Who is better? Well, it depends on who you ask. Michael Jordan began his legendary career in the NBA in 1984 after playing three years in college at the University of North Carolina, while Lebron james rose straight out of highschool into the big leagues in 2003 and still dominates the league to this day. Both Jordan and James have quite a fluorescent stat line for their respective careers and they do have a number a very distinguishable differences. However, they share many similarities in their game…

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    Topic: AIR JORDANS ARE EXPENSIVE Opening/Attention: Is it worth it to spend a good amount of money just for a pair of sneakers? To some people it’s their lifestyle. To them, Michael Jordan is a huge icon to the sneaker culture.. Its crazy how he isn’t involved in the game of basketball anymore, but he still makes a big impact in the market for his brand. Spoken Link: if you had nothing and had an opportunity to make some money would you commit a crime? Emotion/Story: Reading blogs and…

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    Air Jordan XX9 Distressed jeans: The new colorway of the Air Jordan XX9, The jeans trend dates as far back as the 17th which is said to be the lightest Air Jordan century but what seems to be different is the shoes on the market as it features a distressed flavor that has been added to it. re­engineered Flight Plate and one­piece The distressed jeans have become increasingly woven upper part. This edition features fashionable with a couple of celebrities in the an infrared­based…

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    Changing Shoes History

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    just keep getting better. In 1978, Bill Bowerman patented his waffle-sole concept. These soles were put on running shoes to give better grip. (Kratochwill) By the end of the 1970s, nearly every jogger and runner nationwide wore sneakers with a swoosh on the side. You could say the shoe became very popular, and this took Nike to another level, but while they have had success by this point in time, they weren't done yet. In the early and mid-1980s, Nike brought on the two most influential people…

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    When they made national television, so did the shoes they were wearing” (Philip H. Knight, 2008). Knight used this marketing strategy throughout Nikes establishment using athletes such as Steve Prefontaine. Steve Prefontaine was the first to join Knight’s team this was a great advantage to Nike since Prefontaine was one of the most known runners of that time. John McEnroe was also another major advantage to have. When McEnroe injured his ankle he promoted a Nike shoe which created a different…

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    Taking after the accomplishment of the III, Tinker Hatfield conveyed a standout amongst the most agreeable, most-adored Air Jordans in the arrangement, the Air Jordan IV. The Jumpman logo showed up on the tongue however with "Flight" included beneath it. Like the etched padded sole, the cut of the shoe was the same as the Air Jordan III. The noticeable Air unit and cushioned tongue and neckline likewise persisted from the AJIII. The nubuck material was acquainted with the tennis shoe world…

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    The Company that I chose is Nike. It was founded on January 25, 1964.Created by Phil Knight. The brand is Air Jordan introduced in 1984 by Michael Jordan the basketball player. Jordan is one of the most marketed sports figures in history. MJ came out whit his first pair if Air Jordan’s in 1985. I decide to talk about the Product Nike because I’m formula with the Brand. The company is using an adaptive approach they treat each county as a separate market. It target’s the…

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    According to the article “The 25 Best Air Jordan Commercial of All Time”, the commercial “May be it’s my Fault” was released on the year 2008. This commercial originally aired on TV during Super bowl XLII. This commercial targeted almost everybody to buy their new shoes and be “legendary”. To achieve this, they have Michael Jordan talking to some young basketball players that just having talent does not make you successful hard work makes you successful. This Nike commercial focused more on the…

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    Nike released this Air Jordan advertisement in 1988 along with their third line of Michael Jordan’s signature shoe, the Air Jordan III. This is during Jordan’s 4th season in the NBA, which some consider to be his breakout year, and Nike and Jordan’s brand awareness would’ve been very high at this time. Along with the superstar Jordan, Nike paired him with another celebrity, Spike Lee. His character in his movie “She’s Gotta Have It”, Mars Blackmon, is an eccentric resident of Brooklyn with an…

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    shoes. As a younger boy my brother came home from school one day talking very highly of a pair of Air Jordan basketball shoes. I decided to do some research of my own because which little brother doesn’t want to be just like their big bro? In the course of looking up and researching these shoes, I fell in love. My brother ignited a fire in my heart that could not be contained, thus I’d say that I have a burning passion for collecting and selling shoes. With any free time I had I would look at…

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