Orlando Magic player Jonathan Isaac unveiled his new signature shoe line Thursday called “Judah 1,” inscribed with a Bible verse.
The new shoe “reminds you that no matter what they say, no matter the score, victory is yours through Christ,” the Christian brand, UNITUS, declares about the new item.
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The “Why I Stand” author, whose middle name is Judah, was inspired to launch the shoe for others after his pastor gave him the idea.
The Judah 1 “Triumph” version has the Bible verse, 2 Corinthians 4:9, which states, in part, “…persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed.”
“This one is specifically about me playing basketball and getting back from an injury and have it to be an Orlando colorway I think is super important,” Isaac said.
“I can look down and continue to keep faith, continue to keep belief, and keep moving forward,” he added.
Isaac wrote about his fait hand courage as the lone NBA player to not kneel in 2020 for the National Anthem during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations.
The brand new shoes are listed at $150.00 and run from sizes 6 to 16. Click here to see more.