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Published by hectordiaz9, 2018-06-23 18:13:34

Catalogo v4.0

Catalogo v4.0

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www.Facebook.com/Mjsretroshoes

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Refurbished

Todos los productos que ofrecemos en MJ’s Retro Shoes, tienen la calidad de ser
Reconstruidos directo del fabricante, dándoles el termino de modelos “Reburbished”.

Refurbished (Definición)

Refurbished es un término inglés cuya traducción en español significa “Retrabajado”.
Un Modelo Reburbished es un Modelo nuevo, salido de la cadena de fabricación, pero al
cual en las pruebas de calidad le ha sido encontrado algún mínimo defecto, habiendo
sido reparado, reacondicionado, renovado o retrabajado.

El término Reburbished suele utilizarse preferentemente para las compras de internet.
Un producto Reburbished es aquel que soportó un proceso de renovación o
reacondicionamiento para la venta. Los productos Reburbished que son publicados por
la web para la venta, NO son usados, sino que tienen la característica de haber sido
revisados y reparados por el fabricante antes de exhibirlos y ponerlos en el mercado a
disposición del cliente, por ello el significativo ahorro en su precio Original.

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Forma de Trabajo

En MJ’s Retro Shoes, trabajamos únicamente por pedido,
NO manejamos modelos en existencia, o de entrega Inmediata.

Anticipo

Para poder hacerte llegar el modelo de tu interés, solicitamos un anticipo del
50%, con el cual se generara tu pedido; una vez este haya atravesado el
proceso de pedido, envió y procesamiento de Aduana
[ya que todos nuestros modelos son Importados legalmente al País],
se te notificara y hará entrega del mismo, al mismo tiempo el comprador hará
la liquidación del pago correspondiente del modelo entregado.

Por políticas, NO realizamos pedidos sin confirmación de anticipo.

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Formas de Contacto

Pagina de Facebook

Telefono y Whatsapp

449 150 70 51

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Air Jordan I

• Year released: 1985

• Designer: Peter Moore

• Most Popular Colorways: Black/Red, Black/Royal, Black Toe, Chicago

• First Retroed: 1994

• To think, the first Air Jordan almost never even existed after Michael was so adamant that his agent get him a deal with adidas. Nike
made it happen and the vision was to treat its new star like a tennis player, which at the time was the sport that had the best sneaker
endorsements. The Air Jordan I wasn't changing the game with innovation at the time, but the Dunk-like silhouette was the perfect
template to feature some of the best colorway combinations and please the eye aesthetically.

• The Jordan I's $65 price tag at the time had people balking at grabbing a pair but NBA commissioner David Stern ended up being the
one with the best "marketing plan" for the sneaker. After MJ stepped out on the floor in the infamous black and red Is that Mike himself
said looked like the Devil's shoe, the NBA fined Jordan $5,000 every game he laced them up for failing to meet the uniform code. The
sneaker ban built so much buzz around the shoe that Nike gladly paid each fine and eventually watched the money pile up. Nike had to
make a secondary colorway that fit NBA guidelines. And all this before the shoe even hit the market.

• Michael had some of his greatest moments in the Jordan I, including his 63-point playoff performance that had Larry Bird comparing
Mike to God and also the '85 Slam Dunk Contest draped in two gold chains (2 Chainz!). 13 years later Jordan would break out his first
kicks one last time in his Chicago farewell tour stop at Madison Square Garden even though he had outgrown the pair by a full size.
King.

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Air Jordan I “Banned”
Black / Red

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan I “Chicago”

White / Black / Red

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$1,800

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Air Jordan I “Black Toe”

White/Black/Red

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$1,800

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Air Jordan I “Royal”
Black / Blue

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$1,800

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Air Jordan I “New Love”
Black / Yellow

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$1,800

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Air Jordan I “UNC”

White / Baby Blue

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$1,800

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Air Jordan III

• Year released: 1988
• Designer: Tinker Hatfield
• Most Popular Colorways: White/Cement, Black/Cement, Fire Red, True Blue
• First Retroed: 1994

• Michael wasn't too big on signing with Nike from the start and after two of the people who did the most to bring him to the brand
(Peter Moore and Rob Strasser) left, he was considering a change of scenery as well—his initial deal was up in 1988. In the end, it was
young designer Tinker Hatfield's incorporation of the elephant print and the Moore-conceived Jumpman logo on the revolutionary Air
Jordan IIIs (and Michael's dad telling MJ that Nike had his best interest at heart) that convinced him to stay.

• The shoe was originally named the Air Jordan Revolution and incorporated Mike's personality into the design concept. In the end, Nike
decided to keep the Roman numeral system for marketing reasons and it also introduced us to Mars Blackmon after the brand decided
to hire Brooklyn native Spike Lee to direct and star in the commercial. The gamble ended up being another win for the brand and 25
years later its iconic status isn't up for debate. Another timeless moment that helped etch the sneaker in history was MJ taking flight in
the IIIs from the free-throw line during Chicago's All-Star Weekend and winning the Slam Dunk Contest—earning MVP honors in the
black/cement pair during the game itself didn't hurt either.

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Air Jordan III “White Cement”

White/Fire Red-
Cement Grey-Black

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan III “Justin Timberlake
Tinker”

White/Black-Fire Red-
Cement Grey

NEW

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$2,200

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Air Jordan III “Black Cement”

Black/Varsity Red-
Cement Grey

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$1,800

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Air Jordan III “True Blue”

White / Cement Grey

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$1,800

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Air Jordan III “Fire Red”

White/Fire Red-
Silver-Black

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$1,800

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Air Jordan III “Powder Blue”

Dark Powder Blue/Black-
White-Wolf Grey

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$1,800

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Air Jordan IV

• Year released: 1989
• Designer: Tinker Hatfield
• Most Popular Colorways: White/Cement, Black/Cement, Military Blue, Fire Red, Lightning,

Thunder, UNDFTD
• First Retroed: 1999

• Tinker was back and he transitioned the III to Jordan IV perfectly—once again incorporating the "Visible Air" in the midsole, classic Bulls
colorways, and nubuck material for a clean but rugged look. When you Google “The Shot,” typically the first image you will come across
is MJ's iconic bucket against the Cavs in the '89 Playoffs. In the fifth and final game of the first round (they only played five back then,
kids) Jordan hit the game-winner on the road over Craig Ehlo, finishing with 44 points and one of his most memorable clutch shots. To
make matters worse, if you watch the video it looks like MJ kicks Ehlo and knocks him down during his celebration.

• Outside of the NBA, Spike Lee once again helped bring notoriety to the shoe in pop culture during a memorable scene of Do The Right
Thing where Buggin' Out gets his white and cement pair stomped on by a white dude in Bed-Stuy rocking a Bird jersey. It was obvious
that people outside of Chicago were donning Jordans no matter who their favorite squad was, proving Mike's status as the face of the
league and sneaker game. And we have to name-drop the UNDFTD x Air Jordan IV collab—easily the greatest non-OG colorway, and
that's saying a lot.

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Air Jordan IV “Black Cement”

Black/Cement Grey

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan IV “Levi’s”

Blue Jeans/White

NEW

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$2,200

22 “KAWS x Air Jordan 4
Gray”
Air Jordan IV
Cool Grey/White

NEW

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$2,000

23 “KAWS x Air Jordan 4
Black”
Air Jordan IV
black, black-clear-
glow

NEW

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$2,000

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Air Jordan IV “Fire Red”

White/Varsity Red-
Black

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$1,800

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Air Jordan IV “White Cement”

White/ Cement Grey

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$1,800

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Air Jordan IV “Motorsport”

White / Game royal-
black

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$1,800

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Air Jordan IV “Alternate”

Black / Game royal-
matte silver

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$1,800

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Air Jordan V

• Year released: 1990
• Designer: Tinker Hatfield
• Most Popular Colorways: White/Fire Red-Black, White/Black-Fire Red, Black/Metallic Silver,

Grape, Laney, Raging Bull Pack
• First Retroed: 2000

• The Jordan V took only a few elements from the first four Jordans and that’s how Tinker Hatfield wanted it. He was inspired by the
World War II Mustang fighter plane, which is most evident when it comes to the "teeth" on the front of the midsole. Hatfield thought of
Jordan’s game to be one of the same with how an airplane strikes: "Floating around the edges of the game and coming out of nowhere
to attack.” MJ did just that, dropping a career-high 69 points versus the—wait for it—Cavaliers. Jordan was obviously a rising star and
the reflective thick tongue was in direct response to his success, adding a reflective material for the camera flashes.

• The Air Jordan V also catered to off-the-court colorway demands by introducing the "Grape" colorway that still rates as one of the best
Jordans of all-time even though he didn't even rock them on the court. Will Smith rocking them on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air might
have been just as vital to the movement, bringing further attention to a sneaker line that already had massive popularity. Years later JB
kept pumping out soon-to-be classics with the Laneys during the initial wave of retro releases in 2000 and the "Raging Bull Pack" in
2009.

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Air Jordan V “Fire Red”

White/Fire Red-Black

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan V “Grape”

White/Grape Ice-New
Emerald

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$1,800

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Air Jordan V “Laney”

White/Varsity Royal-
Varsity Maize

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$1,800

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Air Jordan V “Raging Bulls”

Varsity Red/Black-
White

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$1,800

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Air Jordan V “Metallic”

Black/Metallic Silver-
Fire Red

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$1,800

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Air Jordan VI

• Year released: 1990

• Designer: Tinker Hatfield

• Most Popular Colorways: White/Infrared, Black/Infrared, Carmine, Olympic, Defining Moments

• First Retroed: 2000

• The Jordan II was luxury and the Jordan VI was inspired by MJ's personal luxury. Aside from the heel tab that was designed after
Michael Jordan’s Porsche, this Jordan makeup was more of a Tinker Hatfield showcase including something from most of his designs—
translucent soles, "Visible Air" in the sole, and it wouldn’t be a Jordan without new additions like the two-hole pull on the tongue which
allowed for an easier entry of the foot borrowed by many kicks since.

• The Jordan VI again was just as important off-the-court as it was on the hardwood—it popped up in various television shows and also
made its way to the big screen. Even today it's a staple in your favorite rapper's sneaker rotation, especially Yeezus. With rumors about
the classic "Carmine" colorway coming back in 2014, it doesn't look like the Jordan VI is going to fade from sneaker culture anytime
soon.

• In '91 the Magic versus Jordan hype trumped anything going on in the league today, even without social media. Jordan finally led the
Bulls past the Bad Boys of Auburn Hills for a match-up against the Lakers in the NBA Finals. MJ suffered an injury to his foot in the
second game of the series. When asked if he wanted a special shoe to help protect the injury or his usual VIs—Michael simply
responded to the training staff, "give me the pain." MJ took the Lake Show down in five games, making it clear he wore the crown in the
NBA.

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Air Jordan VI “Promised Land”

Black/Deep Infrared

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan VI “Carmine”

White/Carmine-Black

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan VI “White Infrared”

White/White-Infrared

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$1,800

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Air Jordan VI “Sport Blue”

White/Sport Blue-
Black

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan VI “Olympic”

White/Midnight
Navy-Varsity Red

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan Son of Mars

• Year released: 2015
• Most Popular Colorways: Yeezy, Hot Lava

• The Jordan Son of Mars is a hybrid design from Jordan Brand in the same vein as the Jordan Spiz'ike. The name references Spike Lee's
“Mars Blackmon” character frequently featured in Air Jordan ad spots, with the sneaker itself grabbing design elements from all of the
Air Jordan models Spike played a part in promoting: the Air Jordan III, IV, V, VI, and XX. Read the articles below for further release
details and price information.

• After a few new colorways of the Jordan Son of Mars Low as of late, the initial high-top is back. Spike Lee’s second mash-up Air Jordan
with elements of the 3, 4, 5, 6, and 20 arrives in this vibrant look to cap off the summer, featuring a white leather upper with standard
grey elephant print paneling, to go along with the black, Hot Lava and Fuchsia Flash accents. Get an up close and personal look at this
latest Son of Mars colorway here, and expect them in stock at select Jordan Brand retailers like Sneaker Politics on July 22nd.

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Air Jordan Son of Mars White/Fuchsia Flash-
Black-Wolf Grey-Hot Lava

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

42 “Yeezy”

Air Jordan Son of Mars Black/Gym Red-Cool
Grey-Pulse Green

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan VII

• Year released: 1991

• Designer: Tinker Hatfield

• Most Popular Colorways: Hare, Bordeaux, Black/True Red, Cardinal, Olympic

• First Retroed: 2002

• When most people see art or listen to music, they may only see or hear what’s on the surface. Tinker Hatfield tends to dig deeper and
discover more than most would. When designing the Jordan VII, Tinker took ideas from Western African tribal art and Afro-pop, two
very random but well-calculated places to find ideas for his next classic Jordan. He also took some ideas from his Huarache concept and
added them for the perfect combination.

• Like many other things in the Air Jordan legacy, the "Hare Jordan" ad campaign may look like a no-brainer now, but it represented quite
the risk and investment back in '92. The initial ad alone cost $1 million (not including Jordan's salary), took six months to make, and
required 3,000 separate illustrations drawn by 25 different artists. Another great look for the VIIs was the King of Pop himself inviting
MJ to come "Jam" with him, rocking the "Bordeaux" VIIs all up in the video.

• After wrapping up back-to-back NBA titles with a decisive win over the Blazers and the greatest shrug pre-Kanye, Michael was the face
of the USA “Dream Team” consisting of a who’s-who of future NBA Hall of Famers (and Christian Laettner) in Barcelona. The squad
murked international competition by an average of almost 44 points in route to bringing home the gold. Is that enough accolades for
one sneaker? Thought so.

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Air Jordan VII “Hare Bugs Bunny”

White/Light Silver-
True Red

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan VII “Olympic”

White/Metallic Gold-
Midnight Navy-True Red

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan VII “Citrus”

Black/Citrus-Varsity
Red

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan VII “Cardinal”

White/Black-Cardinal
Red-Bronze

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan VII “Raptor”

Black/Dark Charcoal-
True Red

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan VII “Nothing But Net”

White/University Red-
Black-Bright Concord

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800

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Air Jordan VII “Bordeaux”

Black/Bordeaux-Light
Graphite-Midnight Fog

Precio MJ’s Retro Shoes

$1,800


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