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Air Jordan for $170

Updated on December 23, 2011

Black and white with lace all over
"Real" Air Jordan shoes
Comes in all size
in such price worth $170
something "people"
Think it is worth fighting for





And I'm thinking...hmmmmm

In this economy today
Money is tight to find, many complain about unemployment
Expensive gas price, food price hikes, and high cost of tuition fee
And here are some people
Unsure if they are in their right mind
Buying an Air Jordan shoes worth $170




For I, I'll use it for something better...called "food" and "bills"

Oh and of course getting my tank filled to commute to work



Some would fight to be first in line
And I'm thinking...really??? @_@
They would dare to kill each other
over shoes?




But o'well at least Mr. Jordan made his income

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    • chanroth profile image
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      chanroth 6 years ago from California, USA

      Aloha marlonpupuli, it is alright and thank you! I have friends whose a Jordan fans but in the eyes of me alone, I don't see it is worth of getting. But I do hope you enjoy wearing the Jordan as much as the others. Do what you love and wear what makes you happy! :) Thank you again!

      Chanroth

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      marlonpupuli 6 years ago from sunset beach hawaii

      Oops. I meant aloha to chanroth. So sorry.

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      marlonpupuli 6 years ago from sunset beach hawaii

      Aloha nui loa raciniwa. Yes i agree with the expensive price for a pair of Air Jordan 11. I am one of those Air Jordan heads out there that missed this pair on Dec.22,2011 Midnight. The price increase is tremendous. When I first purchased my Original Jordan 11 concord in 1995 I paid 125.00 .

      Look at ebay. These things are going for 400 to 500 dollars. INSANE!!

      Air Jordan 11= came back from retirement and took the Chicago bulls to another 4th NBA title while wearing these.

      Great hub!!

      Anyways Aloha Oe.

    • chanroth profile image
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      chanroth 6 years ago from California, USA

      Hi raciniwa, thank you. I have the same question, why spend so much?

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      raciniwa 6 years ago from Naga City, Cebu

      i think it's funny yet there's a truth in it...why would they spend so much for a pair of shoes?

    • chanroth profile image
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      chanroth 6 years ago from California, USA

      Good morning Deobroah from CA. I too would not pay that price for shoes. It's not worth it. Thank you! Merry Christmas to you too and God bless! I wish you a safe holiday and happiness in your family.

      Chanroth

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      Deborah Brooks Langford 6 years ago from Brownsville,TX

      I would never pay this price for shoes. thank you for sharing.. I love your HUBS.

      I VOTED UP

      MERRY CHRISTMAS

      DEBBIE

    • chanroth profile image
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      chanroth 6 years ago from California, USA

      Hi Leptirela and Kevins, thank you! @ Kevins, *LOL* I would say go for it! I too think it is ridiculous. Thank you! Merry Christmas!

      Chanroth

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      kevins blog52 6 years ago from southern Indiana

      I wonder if I changed my hub name to Air Jordan 170 If I would get more traffic. lol I to think that Is a ridiculous price for a pair of shoes. shoes

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      Leptirela 6 years ago from I don't know half the time

      hhahah i agree with with you chanroth totally

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      chanroth 6 years ago from California, USA

      Hi Gypsy, lan, and Fitnezz Jim, thank you very much for commenting. @Fitnezz, yes, I was thinking the same. What's up with those shoes? All I'm thinking is, if I have something to cover my feet from thorn and splinter, I'm good to go. I shop for shoes under 30 dollar and $30, I still complain about it.

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      FitnezzJim 6 years ago from Fredericksburg, Virginia

      We had a store here get over-run because of those shoes. Folks showed up the night before, and stayed in line all night. The police had to get called in before they opened in the morning. Not everyone was able to get the shoes they wanted, and even worse, some folks who did get pairs immediately resold them for up to twice what they paid. So I've got to know,

      What's with those shoes?

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      Ian D Hetri 6 years ago from Papua New Guinea

      That was short and sweet. I like the picture.

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 6 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Right on. Glad you said it. The price is ridiculous.

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