It’s Got to be the Shoes, 2010 – UNC Men’s Basketball Footwear Pt. II
In case you missed it, check out part one of this season’s footwear round-up right here.
We left off right before the Kentucky game. Since then Heels have trotted out three new models of shoes.
Nike Huarache 2010
Jordan Ol’ School IV
Here’s what each player has been wearing:
Dexter Strickland – For Kentucky, Evansville, Long Beach State, Texas, Williams and Mary and Rutgers. He changed for St. Francis into the Jordan Icons.
Harrison Barnes – The frosh continued to change up his shoe game. Against Kentucky and Evansville he rocked the Jordan CP3.III. For Long Beach State, Texas, Williams and Mary, Rutgers and St. Francis he was in the Kobe V, changing to a sliver and white colorway for St. Francis instead of the usual all-white.
John Henson – John has continued to wear the Jordan 13 “Flint.”
Justin Knox – The senior from Alabama has also stayed consistent. Justin can be seen in the Air Jordan 2010 Team.
Justin Watts – Watts has gone back and for with shoes. For Kentucky he was still in the Jordan 12 “Rising Sun” before going to the Jordan Take Flight for Evansville and Long Beach State. Against William and Mary, Rutgers and St. Francis he wore the Jordan 12.5, a shoe he wore several times last season.
Kendall Marshall – The freshman wore the Jordan Icons at the beginning of the season and did so against Kentucky and Evansville. Since then he has been wearing the Air Jordan 2010 Team.
Larry Drew II – Drew II still favors the Air Jordan 2010 Team, a shoe he’s worn all year.
Leslie McDonald – After switching between the Jordan 2010 and 12 early, Leslie has worn the Jordan Ol’ School IV since Kentucky.
Reggie Bullock – Early on Reggie was sporting the Jordan Take Flight and did so against Kentucky, Evansville and Long Beach State. Since then he has been in the Air Jordan 2010 Team.
Tyler Zeller – Big Z is one of the few players to go outside of the Jordan Brand. He is also the first player to wear the Nike Huarache 2010.
For a full look at the gallery, click here. Photos via News and Observer, Inside Carolina and Tar Heel Blue.