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Airwalk Jim Shoe Re-Release 2014

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One skateboarding magazine’s personal favorite sneakers of all time is being sold again for a limited time. Any serious sneaker head should head over the airwalk.com and pick these up while they’re available, before they’re gone!

Airwalk’s most popular collection series, the JIM, is celebrating its 20th birthday this year! Intended as a play on traditional sports and high school gym class, the Airwalk JIM’s became instant classics when introduced in 1994. Styles included tennis ball felt, patent leather, black canvas and pebbled basketball leather. The series is still regarded as one of the most sought-after designs in footwear game history.

Today Airwalk brings back the JIM Tennis for its birthday. Made from fuzzy tennis ball felt, this is an all-time original sneaker, no question. Currently retails for $70 and available now, only on www.airwalk.com.

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Airwalk JIM SHOE

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