Jordan sneakers have depreciated on Joom. They are given away at competitive prices – Executioner


Editorial “Executioner”

20 November 2023 19:11


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Joom continues to provide fashionistas with huge discounts. Currently, the online marketplace is selling sneakers from the legendary Jordan brand, and you can pick up the shoes at an affordable price.

The items will be delivered to Russia by the German dealer Brandstyle24. The only problem is the European and American sizes listed on the website. But we have a table to help you deal with them.

What about shoes? First lot – blue Jordan One Take 4. These basketball shoes are suitable for training and evening walks. Zoom Air technology provides cushioning and comfort while walking, and the grippy outsole provides ideal traction. Another feature is the asymmetrical design. The sneakers look as juicy as possible.

Jordan One Take 4

Their prices have plummeted. Now the Jordan One Take 4 is selling for only 9,514 rubles. In Russian online stores, the same model costs more than 15 thousand. Let’s shop while sizes last!

The second item is black and white Jordan Series Taco Jay. These are leather sneakers with rubber soles and a stylish design. The insole features a moody anthropomorphic taco, but don’t be alarmed – it’s the favorite food of basketball player Jayson Tatum, who helped create this model.

Jordan Series Taco Jay

What’s the price? Now these Taco Jays cost a measly 8,088 rubles. The coolest price for shoes from the Jordan brand. There are still sizes available, but it’s better to hurry and add the item to your cart in advance. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Lamodnik telegram channel, where powerful discounts on clothes and shoes from popular brands appear.

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