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Sneaker Talk: Air Jordan 8 Low “Mike Bibby Kings Away” PE

Mike Bibby was one of the first NBA players to regularly lace up low-tops, which were all designed by Jordan Brand who made Bibby a major part of their athlete class in 1998.

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One of the many low-top player exclusives was this Air Jordan 8 Low in a “Kings Away” colorway that Bibby wore during the 2002-03 season. The shoe features a full Black nubuck-based upper with a colorful pattern inner interior, Purple and on the sides and outsole, while Bibby’s number ’10’ is displayed on the cross-straps.

While this pair never released to the public, it would be a nice color option for Jordan Brand in the near future.

Air Jordan 8 Low Mike Bibby Kings Away 2002 PE

Air Jordan 8 Low Mike Bibby Kings Away 2002 PE

Air Jordan 8 Low Mike Bibby Kings Away 2002 PE

Air Jordan 8 Low Mike Bibby Kings Away 2002 PE

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