In 2006 Jordan Brand released this OFFICIALLY LICENSED t shirt through Finish Line stores. The shirt featured a stock photo (a photo they did not own) of a FAKE pair of sneakers. The shirt was ultimately re-called and Jordan Brand was caught with their pants down. If the employees at the brand can’t distinguish between fakes and reals why should they be in a position to design and sell sneakers to people that can? When you don’t know your product you fail. What added injury to insult was that the photo was stolen which translates to laziness (not that we didn’t figure this out already with their poor designs which are basically re-mixed retro’s.) What the future has in store for Jordan Brand is anyone’s guess but this shirt is definitely a testament as to what is going on at JB. Check out pictures below of one if not THE biggest blunder in Jordan Brand history. CHECK OUT THE ORIGINAL THREAD ON NIKETALK REGARDING THIS ISSUE.

FAKE JORDAN IV STOCK PHOTO, THIS IS A STOCK PHOTO OF A FAKE PAIR OF SNEAKERS

THIS IS AN OFFICIALLY LICENSED T SHIRT FROM JORDAN BRAND RELEASED IN 2006 OF A STOCK PHOTO OF FAKE JORDAN IVS.