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Style: 921203 104
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Sport: Basketball US Size: 16
Main Color: SAIL / BLACK Width: Medium (D, M)

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JORDAN SUPER. FLY 2017 Basketball shoes Sail Blk Infrared  Sz 16   921203 104 NIB

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