The Encyclopedia Of Air Jordans

Apr 1, 2015

Category: Entertainment

After a successful Kickstarter campaign (raising just north of $58,000), author Jay Lawrence is finally ready to release his much anticipated book; The Encyclopedia Of Air Jordans.

A Jordan fan his entire life, Lawrence spent the last five years delving deeper into the history of the immensely popular line of Michael Jordan sneakers. Detailing every Air Jordan, from the original Jordan 1 released back in 1985, to the most recent Jordan 29, each one is covered in this comprehensive guide. The hardcover book features 500 pages in total, and includes prices, sneaker profiles, and some stellar photography to boot. The book was just released earlier today (this morning at 10 a.m. EST) with a price of $100, and it sold out almost instantly. Expect this thing to be a hot commodity amongst sneaker enthusiasts everywhere. [Purchase]

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