Air Jordan 11 “For the Love of the Game” Custom

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Air Jordan 11 "For the Love of the Game" Custom

Inspired by Jordan Brand’s Pantone Collection, the custom Air Jordan 11 “For the Love of the Game” is Carolina blue to the max. Using the Air Jordan 11 “Silver Anniversary” as a canvas, this custom features a completely Tar Heel upper. The white laces, white lining and ice midsole stay consistent to accent the slew of light blue. Brought to life by DeJesus Customs, this North Carolina color scheme would fit right in on UNC campus.

Should JB pay homage to Tar Heel nation and release an all-blue version of Air Jordan’s most famous shoe? Let us know your thoughts on this university makeup in the feedback spot below.

Air Jordan 11 "For the Love of the Game" Custom

Air Jordan 11 "For the Love of the Game" Custom

Air Jordan 11 "For the Love of the Game" Custom

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Jordan Howenstine is a full-time Staff Writer for Nice Kicks who is originally from Lansing, MI. He is a basketball addict and sneaker enthusiast currently residing in Austin, TX.

53 comments
Anthony Glover
Anthony Glover

i'll wait for the carolina 13's but they should a iced the bottoms on these

Michael Marguglio
Michael Marguglio

theyd look better is everything other than blue was like yellow or something

Andre Ellis
Andre Ellis

Can they PLEASE Stop it with the customs?! Sheesh lol

Voltron Burgundy
Voltron Burgundy

Looks like he stomped a mud puddle through the side of a smurf

Leslie Hudler
Leslie Hudler

a little too blue- and its my favorite color!

Jay Gleckner
Jay Gleckner

wasnt even think def was if you look at the liner

Slim Goodie
Slim Goodie

Like a glass of ice for tea on a Sunday afternoon! Damn that's hot

Gerrell Carter
Gerrell Carter

I'm thinking the original base shoe was the Anniversary 11s.

Ralo Ayala
Ralo Ayala

They're customs off of the anniversary 11s... if ya know your shit you would know those 11s didn't have a jumpman.

Kelvin Morillo
Kelvin Morillo

I wish they would stop messing up a classic shoe

Andy Lee
Andy Lee

people need to stop ruining shoes