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With the new school year just around the corner, the number of sneaker releases are increasing immensely. New SKUs from Nike, Jordan Brand, Converse, Reebok, adidas, PUMA, and Ewing Athletics are hitting shelves this weekend, so if you are looking for that perfect back-to-school sneaker, now is the perfect time. Kicking off this weekend’s lineup, Reebok drops a brand new colorway of the Question Mid today, and we also see new printed version of the Nike Griffey Max 1, as well as Ewing Athletics’ August lineup. Tomorrow’s highlights include the highly anticipated “Sport Blue” Air Jordan 3, as well as a hefty lineup from Nike Basketball, including new colorways of the Kobe 9 Elite Low, LeBron 11 Low and the KD 7. So check out everything that is dropping this weekend in the Release Rundown, and let us know what you plan on picking up.
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Air Jordan is a brand of shoes and athletic clothing designed, owned, and produced by Michael Jordan for Nike's Jordan Brand subsidiary. The shoes, informally referred to in the plural as Air Jordan's or simply J's, were first released for public consumption in 1985 after Michael Jordan wore them in 1984 as a rookie; thereafter, new designs were released annually.
Since its introduction into the sports shoe market, the Air Jordan evolved to the original basketball shoes to models for different uses, including I-XXIII.. Air Jordan currently sponsors 19 active NBA players, including Chris Paul, Ray Allen, and Carmelo Anthony. They also endorse Nike Air Jordan products.
The Air Jordan line has been associated with numerous riots, assaults, robberies, and murders, such as the murder of a 15-year-old high school student named Michael Eugene Thomas who was choked to death by one of his peers for a pair of Air Jordan sneakers in 1989.
Nike has never owned any of the factories where Air Jordans are produced and contracts the work to various factory owners. Company officials say that they only advertise and market the shoes. However, Nike dictates production terms and standards to the contractor, often without questioning labor or safety practices. In April 1997, 10,000 Indonesian workers went on strike over wage violations at an Air Jordan factory. The same month in Vietnam 1,300 workers went on strike demanding a 1-cent-per-hour raise, and a year later in 1998, 3,000 workers in China went on strike to protest hazardous working conditions and low wages.
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