Air Jordan Retro IX “Charcoal” – Sample v. Release Differences

Air Jordan Retro IX “Charcoal” – Sample v. Release Differences

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Last week we brought a contest being held by Foot Locker to the attention of our readers. Foot Locker wanted to know if sneaker fans could spot the differences between the sample pair of the Air Jordan IX “Charcoal” previewed for us earlier in the summer and the actual release version of the fall. For those of you interested in finding out if you spotted them all, there exist three differences between both pairs. The first and most obvious differences is the lighter shade of “charcoal” just above the midsole of the actual release. Moreover, the sample pair’s heel tab was black and inner tongue lining red, while the colors were reversed on the respective parts of the actual release. For those of you who entered the VIP Foot Locker competition and correctly pointed out all three differences, we wish you good luck with the drawing of the $100 gift card winner. Did you think the differences made to the sample pair helped or hindered the overall look of the Air Jordan Retro IX “Charcoal?”

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