Nike’s ’07 Air Force 25 Campaign was a dud. Sure, the white jumpsuits, commercial, and Just Blaze beat/Juelz rhymes were hot, but the general product was…umm…not hot justified, particularly at a $150 pricepoint. Fact of the matter is, consumers weren’t paying that much for a product with zero casual appeal, and bulky technology. But when in-store releases fail, I often turn to player exclusives–and that’s exactly what I’ve done here. Uber-athletic Golden State forward Al Harrington sported this buttery smooth pair of blue patent/yellow patent AF25’s on court for the ’07 campaign. Couple that with Al’s “AH32” logo creatively applied to the ankle latch, and you’ve got a winner. Purchase this pair from a former Golden State equipment room manager here. (He/she will put them back up eventually!)

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  1. Same player, different topic – why does Al Harrington want to be traded from Golden State?

    Complaints while in Atlanta: he wanted to play for a playoff contender. Check! He wanted to be more involved in the offense. Check! Big contract. Check!

    What's the problem, Big Al?

    By the way, Hawks, 5-0 baby!! I paid good money watch them get "beat like drum" the last 3 years, so I'm enjoying this run while it lasts.