All the Way Turned Up: 6 of the Loudest Air Jordans Ever

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The Air Jordan 4 “Doernbecher” is undoubtedly one of most head-turning, eye-opening Air Jordan retro creations we have ever seen. Whether you are into loud sneakers or not, you cannot help but notice and take a second look at designs like the upcoming “Doernbecher” Air Jordan 4. What other Air Jordans belong in the same categories as these? Or do they stand alone in their own department? The answer to the latter question is no. Our staff compiled a list of the loudest, most flamboyant Air Jordans we have ever seen. Would you or have you snagged any one of these designs? Check out our All the Way Turnt Up: 6 of the Loudest Air Jordans Ever feature, and let us know which one intrigues you the most.

Air Jordan 7 “Miro”

Air Jordan 7 "Miro"

Air Jordan 7 "Miro"

Air Jordan 7 "Miro"

Air Jordan 7 "Miro"

Air Jordan 7 "Miro"

Air Jordan 7 "Miro"

Released: July 2008

Although this Air Jordan 7 possesses the international, Olympic spirit, the story behind this unique design answers all of your color and creative design questions. It was specifically inspired by the artistic work of Spanish painter/sculptor Joan Miro who passed a few months before Team USA won the gold medal in the 1984 Olympic games. If you recall, MJ wore the Air Jordan 7 when the Dream Team won the gold medal in Barcelona, Spain, Miro’s hometown.

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