Marlene Estage and her son Cadet sit on their luggage after arriving by boat from the eastern town of Jeremie at the Port-a-Prince harbor, Wednesday, Feb. A woman walks to shore after arriving by boat from the eastern town of Jeremie at the Port-a-Prince harbor Wednesday, Feb.
Men unload charcoal bags brought by boat from the eastern town of Jeremie at the Port-a-Prince harbor, Wednesday, Feb. A man carries bags of charcoal brought from the eastern town of Jeremie at the Port-a-Prince harbor, Wednesday, Feb. Women carry bags of rice on their heads at a food distribution center run by the UN World Food Program near a makeshift camp for earthquake survivors at the National Stadium in Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Feb. A man carries a Haitian policeman on his shoulders from a boat to the shore upon his arrival from the eastern town of Jeremie at the Port-a-Prince harbor, Wednesday, Feb. A homeless earthquake survivor cuts another man's hair at a makeshift barber shop at Petionaville Club, a former golf course that is now a massive tent city, February 10, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Students attend the third day of classes in a makeshift school set up under a tent at Petionville Club, a former golf course that is now a massive tent city, February 10, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Homeless earthquake survivors wait in line to collect water at Petionville Club, a former golf course that is now a massive tent city, February 10, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
A homeless earthquake survivor walks at Petionville Club, a former golf course that is now a massive tent city, February 10, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Students attend the third day of classes in a makeshift tent at Petionville Club, a former golf course that is now a massive tent city, February 10, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Homeless earthquake survivors gather at Petionville Club, a former golf course that is now a massive tent city, February 10, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Students wait to attend classes in a makeshift school set up under a tent at Petionville Club, a former golf course that is now a massive tent city, February 10, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Children look out from their makeshift tent at the large tent city at Petionville Club, a former golf course, February 10, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. A girl balances a bundle on her head as she walks by collapsed buildings in earthquake torn Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Feb. Women wait in line as others carry bags of rice on their heads at a food distribution center run by the UN World Food Program near a makeshift camp for earthquake survivors at the National Stadium in Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Feb.


Women push to get through a gate during a food distribution operation at the National Stadium in earthquake torn Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Feb. UN peacekeepers provide security as women leave a food distribution with bags of rice on their heads near the makeshift camp for earthquake survivors at the National Stadium in Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Feb.10, 2010.
A man wearing a rosary around his neck walks in earthquake devastated Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Feb. A woman adjusts her mask while sweeping burning trash in earthquake devastated Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Feb.
A public bus with a painting of President Barack Obama drives by women sweeping a street in Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Feb. Naphet Nelio Valeus, 40, looks up as he holds a Bible in earthquake devastated Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Feb. People wait for charcoal bags to be brought to shore from a boat that arrived from the eastern town of Jeremie at the Port-a-Prince harbor, Wednesday, Feb.
Men carry charcoal bags to shore after unloading them from a boat that arrived from the eastern town of Jeremie at the Port-a-Prince harbor Wednesday, Feb. Men lead cattle to the shore after they swam from a boat that arrived from the eastern town of Jeremie to the Port-a-Prince harbor, Wednesday, Feb.
A man holds the leash of a cow before swimming to shore after they arrived by boat from the eastern town of Jeremie to the Port-a-Prince harbor, Wednesday, Feb. This season, fans of both basketball and golf are really feeling the love from the Jordan Brand, as the Nike affiliate continues to push out retro product outfitted for the golf course. Set in the traditional black and red of Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls jersey, the first colorway offers a decidedly more basketball flavor. For the traditional golfer who sees this as little more than Jordan taking a swipe at the golf shoe market, it's worth considering that there may actually be a bit more substance here.
The fact that the Jordan Brand has chosen the Jordan IX for this release is certainly interesting. While most definitely not your everyday golf cleats, the Jordan IX has just the right amount of crossover appeal to not look out of place on the golf course.
They may not help you get under par, but at least you'll look good slicing that ball into the next fairway.


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Whether you want to play locally or at an exotic destination around the world, we got you covered! Authorities in Haiti have raised the estimate of the earthquake's death toll to 230,000, nearly the same number as the 2004 tsunami in Asia.
For its latest foray into the fairway, it's the Air Jordan IX that Jordan Brand has re-imagined.
Michael Jordan has been an avid golf fan for as long as we can remember, and was spotted on the course as early as his rookie season in the NBA.
Although keen observers will note that the shoe is featured on the Jordan statue outside the United Center, Jordan never actually wore the IX on the court during its original run. Shoe history buffs may recall that the Jordan IX was released while Michael Jordan was pursuing his baseball career.
There won't be any confusion of the IX's origins, however; Jordan's '23' is prominently displayed on the heel.
While aid has been pouring into Haiti's capitol, thousands of people left homeless by the devastating earthquake on January 12 have yet to receive tents and adequate food.
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