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The Jordan 89 Racer is inspired by the Air Jordan 4, and it’s introduced in a classic colorway of black and white that looks like it’s taken from the AJ 4 Oreo. Styled in a sleek design, the model’s mesh upper is covered in black, and it mimics elements of the AJ 4 with the triangular lacing component on the collar and refined netted detail on the sides. Finally, pops of white throughout and for the speckling on the slim white/black rubber sole completes the style.

Retailing for $100, look for this colorway of the Jordan 89 Racer at select Jordan Brand stores and online very soon. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

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Having released in the debut “Future History” colorway last week, the all-new Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 has now surfaced in another color option. This time around Russell Westbrook’s 2nd signature performance shoe with the Jumpman takes on a “Home” look as the shoe gets done in Oklahoma City Thunder colors with white dominating the upper and a couple of different shades of blue along with shades of orange strategically placed throughout the shoe for a clean look. A white sole unit caps off the look on this clean colorway.

No word on a release date yet, but stay tuned to Kicks On Fire for more information/images as it becomes available.

image: US11

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