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The SNKRS Stash in Queens, NY featuring the NikeCourt Zoom Vapor RF x AJ3 'Fire Red' is available only on iOS.

Three years ago, two colorways of the limited edition NikeCourt Zoom Vapor RF x AJ3 by Jordan, an unprecedented amalgamation of the Nike Zoom Vapor 9.5 and the Air Jordan III, helped further elevate two of the greatest athletes of all time. Roger Federer and Michael Jordan share an equally intense obsession with winning, and while they have become legends due to play on vastly different courts, the collaboration brought both athletes together by highlighting their mutual respect, shining a spotlight on their sport mastery and combining their signature footwear.
Both Federer and Jordan were closely involved in the creative process led by Tinker Hatfield, who has designed some of the most coveted Jordan signature models, as well as seminal Nike silhouettes, such as the Air Max 1, Air Trainer 1 and Air Huarache.
During Roger's 2014 grand slam play in New York, he wore the NikeCourt Zoom Vapor RF x AJ3 on court with Michael, his idol, looking on from the stands. “After growing up rooting for Michael in my youth, it was an absolute honor to have him come and support me in New York," Federer said. "Wearing the AJIII, which we worked on together, made it even more special. The fans are always so inspiring, and I have to admit that having MJ in the crowd added that little bit of extra pressure, but in the best possible sense.”
A black colorway, launched in November of 2014 and worn by Roger during the hard court season, also caught the attention of tennis fans and sneaker lovers. The silhouette again shared signature details of the Nike Zoom Vapor 9.5 Tour and the Air Jordan III, including the AJIII's Jumpman-embroidered tongue, signature RF graphics, premium leather, elephant-print panels and instantly recognizable Nike Air branding on the heel.
In 2017, Nike celebrates Roger's historic 19 grand slam titles and pursuit of his sixth title in New York with the debut of the NikeCourt Zoom Vapor RF x AJ3 'Fire Red.' The new sneaker marks another unforgettable chapter in the collaboration between the two greats and honors Roger's continued sport dominance.
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