Mens New Air Jordan 11 Retro Basketball Shoes

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Mens New Air Jordan 11 Retro Basketball Shoes

In recent years, 2016 Jordan Shoes has taken over the holiday season by releasing new and retro iterations of Michael Jordan’s most popular sneaker, the Air Jordan 11. For this year’s holiday season, the iconic ”Space Jam” colorway of the AJ11 will be making its triumphant return, with a few design tweaks however. Jordan’s number “45″ will makes its way to the heel instead of the assumed 23, while Nike Air branding will also be found on the insoles for an OG touch. Tinker Hatfield listened when Michael Jordan said he wanted patent leather on a sneaker, something versatile for basketball and formal occasions. Hatfield responded with 1995-96's Air Jordan 11, often regarded as the most beloved signature silhouette of all. Wrapped in patent leather from toe to heel and topped with ballistic mesh and leather, Jordan wore the 11 to another NBA Championship with the Bulls and in Space Jam (1996).
New Jordans 2016, Nike SNKRS just restocked the Air Jordan 11 "Legend Blue". this Air Jordan 11 release was one of the most sold sneakers from Jordan Brand of that year, and continues to be a sought-after item in the secondary market. Luckily, this shoe has been subject to several restocks from Nike as well as other retailers, and it appears that Nike is looking to increase its Nike+ membership with these random drops. Head to Nike SNKRS now to get your pair. If you thought the long awaited return of the "Varsity Red" make-up and brand new "Midnight Navy" colorway were cool, wait until you see the latest version of the low-top Air Jordan 11. Taking on some Olympic inspiration for the summer games ahead, the kicks are essentially yet another “Concord” release, but one that ditches the black patent leather mudguard for metallic gold while employing black herringbone pods on the icy outsole.
2016 Jordans For Sale, Sneakerheads know this black/white/red OG makeup as the "Bred," and Jordan himself was often seen rocking these during games when they were introduced, as the colorway matched nicely with the Bulls’ away uniforms. The sneaker market has since been flooded with bootleg versions of this fan-favorite XI, and the "Bred" colorway has also appeared on the Air Jordan I, IV, XII and XIII, Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the XI was conceived in part by a suggestion from Michael Jordan – who wanted to use patent leather on one of his shoes. Hatfield cooked up the original 1995-96’s Air Jordan XIs as a response, thought of by many Jumpman fans as the best in the Jordan range.

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