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Nike Air Jordan Future Sole Contestants

We have 13 remaining limited edition (of 23) Air Jordan x Sneaker Files shirts to give away! Thank you all for Twittering Youtube links to your favorite Air Jordan commercials @SneakerFiles! We have chosen which we think are the top nine Air Jordan commercials, submitted by our readers… BUT WE NEED ONE MORE WINNER!!

Please check the 9 commercials  on our Facebook page before submitting your link. Be sure to congratulate the winners via Facebook and comment on the winning selections.

The 11th tee-shirt winner will be posted on our Facebook page tomorrow morning!

The staff at SneakerFiles will choose the prize winners, so the more you retweet, participate, and tell your friends to vote, the greater chance you have at winning!

Please make sure to follow the contest rules and don’t forget to click here and VOTE!

By voting for your favorite Nike and Air Jordan design, you will have a chance of winning your very own 1 of 1 (only one made) Air Jordan I.

Good luck!

1. Click here to vote in the Future Sole Contest

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And… that’s it! Good luck!

13 COMMENTS

  1. Dead Tone

    A party. A prank phone call game. A lunatic on the other end of the line.

    What happens when the college students making these calls forget to dial *69, telling a mad man exactly who they are and where to find them? Soon the partying friends are trapped in a horrifying game of survival against someone hell-bent on ruining more than their night in a party house. Once the phone line goes dead, it’s too late to escape the fun and games this maniac has in mind.

    Based on a true story, Dead Tone stars Rutger Hauer (Blade Runner), Jud Tylor (Charlie Wilson's War, That 70s Show) Antwon Tanner (One Tree Hill), Brian Hooks (Fools Gold, Eve).

  2. the top/left aint bad at at all. that bottom/left shoe seem like some bones and cartilage shoe. thats pretty creative.

    I'd prolly pick the sketch out of all the sneakers. None of these are eyepopping.

  3. If I was going to pick, I see 2 standouts. So if the setup above corresponds as:

    1 2

    3 4

    5 6

    7 8

    9 10

    11 12

    numbers 5 (smooth black/blue Jordan) and 8 (Nike Shox type) are my winners and would be something I'd actually buy. Seriously.

  4. Im not too sure if I'll cop but so far I like numbers 7 and 9 if they make a really good colorway on those twop that can be one sick shoe.

  5. using the number system ^ i really think #4 has the potential to be a great shoe if you just take away those pointless circles, other than that i think i would wear a pair of them

  6. people need to be more revolutionary and retro at the same time. i like aqua'ish shox, but i mean its nothing somebody would really go out of thier way to wear. they are all kinda just shoes that would sit on the shelves and have the occasional buyer. you need something new, but something that carries the past. never make something with a current mentality. always past and future.

    -tinker

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