Entry: Are you ready for the new jordans 2014 Dec 27, 2013



2013 was an incredible year once again for New Jordans 2014, a brand with the luxury of enjoying yet another dominant four seasons of releases that continue to stay at the top of most-wanted lists across the globe. With this year in particular being the special 23rd Anniversary of the Air Jordan V, we can now reflect on all the amazing drops that fell before us - the return of OGs like the Grape, Fire Red, etc. and the introduction of new colorways and concepts like the Black Grape, Doernbecher, and the 3Lab5. But it can be argued that highlight Air Jordan model of the year wasn't the one celebrating the milestone birthday, but the very first model that had been re-released a countless number of times. So why was the ubiquitous Air Jordan a such a trendy topic? Because of one tiny, relatively superfluous detail - Nike Air.
In a year where the Christmas Day Air Jordan 12 Gamma Blue could've been dominated by what was missing on the court with Kobe Bryant, Carmelo Anthony, and Derrick Rose all sidelined, we still got a healthy dose of competitive basketball during the holiday. Russell Westbrook ditched the Air Jordan XX8 SE Christmas for an exclusive Air Jordan 10. Nick Young's switch at the half from an Air Jordan 11 Low with purple patent leather to the Air Jordan XX Chutney proved there was plenty of crazy selections for the NBA's annual Christmas Day showcase. The day was heavily dominated by festive schemes, but the Lakers strayed away from red and green to honor a Christmas without Kobe by wearing his Nike Kobe 8 SS. Which pair ended up being your favorite? Stick with us after the click to view the top 25 selections of Christmas Day in our latest NBA Feet recap.
It was a rough Christmas for the Knicks Jordans 2014, who saw their star Carmelo Anthony sit out due to a recent injury (an unfortunate turn of events that wouldn't allow us to see him debut his new Jordan Melo M10 either) and his absence resulted in a 123-94 pummeling in Madison Square Garden. Russell Westbrook surprised everyone by ditching the Air Jordan XX8 SE he's been wearing all season, posting a rare Christmas Day triple-double while wearing an Air Jordan 10 PE, joining an elite rank of players to do so. The pair featured a white upper while accents of royal blue and orange alternated. While we aren't too sure what was written in Sharpie on each toebox just yet, stick with NewJordans-2014.com for all of your Christmas Day NBA Feet updates and let us know what you thought of Russell's selection in the comments.

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