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Air Jordan Melo M5 “Olympic Nuggets” – HoH Exclusives

Air Jordan Melo M5 & Olympic Nuggets - HoH Exclusives

House of Hoops by Footlocker is an extremely mismanaged micro chain of stores. Both store employees and upper management are resellers. I would never expect to find any heat at the House of Hoops. Instead, I would save my time and search eBay for the special makeups and colorways they have in Air Jordans and Nike shoes. Tomorrow, December 27, 2008, all three HoH locations will make available two exclusive colorways of the Air Jordan Melo M5. The first of these colorways was seen on Carmelo Anthony’s feet over the summer when USA won the gold medal in Olympic basketball in Beijing. This colorway features a white patent leather toebox, a navy midsole and the typical Melo M5 side pattern in a navy and white print. Also included on this colorway is the USA Basketball logo and the date of the opening ceremony, 8/8/08, on the tongue. The second colorway of the AJ Melo M5 yields the away colors of the Denver Nuggets. Featuring a black patent leather tongue, a university blue midsole, and a side pattern consisting of maize and university blue, this pair will definitely match with that Denver Nuggets’ jersey you have in your closet. Both colorways will drop tomorrow at all three HoH locations. Via: Footlocker.

Air Jordan Melo M5 "Olympic" & "Nuggets" - HoH Exclusives

Air Jordan Melo M5 "Olympic" & "Nuggets" - HoH Exclusives

Air Jordan Melo M5 "Olympic" & "Nuggets" - HoH Exclusives

Air Jordan Melo M5 "Olympic" & "Nuggets" - HoH Exclusives

Air Jordan Melo M5 "Olympic" & "Nuggets" - HoH Exclusives

Air Jordan Melo M5 "Olympic" & "Nuggets" - HoH Exclusives

 Air Jordan Melo M5 "Olympic" & "Nuggets" - HoH Exclusives

Air Jordan Melo M5 "Olympic" & "Nuggets" - HoH Exclusives

Air Jordan Melo M5 "Olympic" & "Nuggets" - HoH Exclusives

 Air Jordan Melo M5 "Olympic" & "Nuggets" - HoH Exclusives

 Air Jordan Melo M5 "Olympic" & "Nuggets" - HoH Exclusives

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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