Fat Joe Recently Sported An Air Jordan 9 Low “Silver” Mike Bibby PE

The Hot 97’s Summer Jam festival that was held in New York City on June 5th had to be cancelled almost halfway through because of the severe weather. Chance the Rapper, Curren$y, Desiigner and Tory Lanez were among the artists who were not able to perform at the festival as a result, even though they were scheduled to do so. Fortunately, the main stage performances still ended up happening, which included performances by Fat Joe and Jay-Z. While both artists primarily wore customized adidas Originals Stan Smith iterations, there was also a 1-of-1 Air Jordan 9 Low “Silver” Mike Bibby PE that Fat Joe reportedly as well.

Air-Jordan-9-Low-1For Jordanheads who do not know much about adidas sneakers, the adidas Originals Stan Smith was the signature model of the tennis legend of the same name back in the 60s. Ever since its release, sneakerheads had grown really fond of the silhouette. Although it was initially intended to be a performance sneaker, sneakerheads eventually began wearing it on street in their everyday life. As for the custom adidas Originals Stan Smith sneakers mentioned above, they are both dressed up in Green and White. Jay-Z’s version has “Roc-a-fella” lasered on to it and Fat Joe’s version has the “Terror Squad” logo lasered onto it.

It is likely that Jordanheads are more curious about the Air Jordan 9 Low PE that was mentioned above. Fat Joe actually rocked it at the Hot 97’s Summer Jam hip-hop concert that that was held in New Jersey. Fat Joe shared a photo of the 1-of-1 pair on his official Instagram account. It was back in 2002 when Jordan Brand had whipped up this Air Jordan 9 Low PE and it gets its nickname from Mike Bibby’s embroidered “10” on the heels. Its leather uppers are pure White, while its mudguards are covered in glittering Silver. Of course, since only a single pair exists and Fat Joe will likely not be parting from it, so Jordanheads can forget about copping it.

Air Jordan 9 Low “Silver” Mike Bibby PE

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