Mamelodi Sundowns are well-known for being among the most extravagant spenders in Africa, which is why it only seems logical that their heroes would go for pricey drip from one of the world's most prestigious brands, such as Air Jordan, when it comes to their clothing. Take a look at this!
What exactly happened?
The Nike Jordan brand is one of the most significant and successful moves ever made by a shoe manufacturing corporation. The brand named after Michael Jordan has been so successful that Forbes reports that the sportswear giant has paid MJ an estimated $1.3 billion for the rights to the brand (R20 billion).
Every item from shoes to socks to jeans to shorts to jackets to t-shirts and more may be found under this name.
Air Jordan passion is on the wane.
Lyle Lakay recently shared a photo on Instagram of his latest Jordan merchandise, which included a basketball-styled t-shirt, Nike leggings, and a pair of classic Jordan Retro 11 sneakers, which are valued at R5715, according to basketzone. This comes as no surprise given the fact that the left-back has already demonstrated a strong affinity for the brand through his shoe collections.
He was accompanied by Lakay's friend Peter Shalulile, who was dressed in grey Jordan Jumpman shorts and a tee, each of which are valued at R1000. Grant Margeman, who is now on loan at Moroka Swallows, may have been the best-dressed of the three, as he chose to dress entirely in black, from head to toe, in an outfit by Jordan.
What if I told you something you already knew?
According to local media, Shalulile equaled a long-standing PSL Player of the Month award record in October by earning back-to-back accolades for the first time.
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