WearTesters Trash Talk #6 | Jordan 7 ‘Champ Pack’, Jordan MTM Pack, NBA Finals


Hey Guys! Welcome back to WearTesters Trash Talk #6. Today we talk about our thoughts on the Air Jordan 7 ‘Champ Pack’, the upcoming Jordan MTM Pack & our thoughts on the 2015 NBA Finals – this was recorded before Game 1.

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5 Comments

  1. Gotta agree that it is hard to predict the NBA. You’ll never know how the refs call the game. Story line sells and it is a business first and foremost.

    Game 1 was called in favor of the Cavs, good thing the Warriors played well.

    Lebron doesn’t have a Legacy yet. He joined Wade and Bosh in Miami. If it was Wade and Bosh who jumped into a team he was in, it would have been a Legacy.

  2. I think the Warriors better win this year because next year angry Westbrook and a healthy Durant return.

  3. I think the box/packaging is important. BUT if they’re gonna cheap out/degrade on the box, they better up the quality on those shoes. I’d rather have a simple box than an uneven, glued,scratched or botched pair.

    As for the Jordan XX9, the only designs I could think of that showcased the possibilities are the Photo Reel, Year of the Goat, and the Hare. Would’ve been nice to see more daring designs. Now mixing it with retros? THAT is a good idea. Either having the XX9-base with an upper retro design or having a retro-base with a woven upper, would make for very, very interesting lineup of shoes (Weekender Topic?)

  4. Its golden state’s series to lose. Curry can catapult himself as one of the best all time with this. However, if lebron wins, he opens up the debate that he is the GOAT. Why? Cause he is literally carrying the this depleted cavs team on his back. He is the only potent source of offense right now except for some good nights from a random teammate. If lbj wins, you’ve really got to respect that GOAT claims

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