Being a Jordan has its perks. Proud pop Michael has done his best to outfit not just the Jordan Brand family, but also his actual Jordan family. Son Marcus shared a look on Twitter of an unreleased Air Jordan 11 Low, set to an all-navy upper, white midsole and gum bottom. Some of you may recall Mike wearing this pair during his basketball camp. If ever released, are these a cop for you? Let us know in the comment section.
A city of justice, a city of love, a city of peace for everyone of us, the Air Jordan 11 Low “Gotham Nights” Custom by AMAC Customs offers a Bruce Wayne PE. This Dark Knight do-up details this year’s White/Black-Red AJ11 Low launch in a blacked-out motif with the fictional skyline featured on the patent leather mudguard. Batman branding and a starry midsole finishes off this custom Air Jordan 11 Low. Check out detailed photos below and contact AMAC Customs for all order inquiries.
Who needs ankle support? Not Michael Jordan. As the G.O.A.T. enjoys his basketball retirement, he also enjoys the fruits of his labor with many exclusive takes on the Air Jordan 11 Low. A “Cool Grey” colorway proves the latest edition, hosting the hues and styling of the ultra-popular retro+ rendition. Shades of grey style the suede and patent leather upper, kept cool by an icy blue outsole. As of now, these are just a personal pair for Mike. Would you like to see that change? Let us know in the comment section.
Long awaited but never released, Michael Jordan was recently spotted rocking the Air Jordan 11 Low “Concord” once again. This unreleased version has been seen on MJ before, dating all the way back to the 1996 NBA Championship Parade and in recent years at his basketball camp. Would you like to see the “Concord” 11 Lows release in formal fashion? Let us know in the comment section.
A low-top Jordan 11 in Knicks colors? Might be J.R. Smith’s dream shoe. This custom Air Jordan 11 Low “Knicks” by Brandon Keith Oliver looks like it could be one of Quentin Richardson’s PEs. Using the recently released White/Black-True Red 11 Low as a canvas, this custom features an all-black upper with Knickerbocker branding, a royal blue midsole, and orange traction pads on the outsole to create a sneaker that would probably get Spike Lee and Carmelo Anthony’s approval.
The Nike Air Max LeBron VII “Red Carpet” is still a fan favorite. Originally releasing in 2009, the limited launch saw a woven upper replace that of Flywire. Glass blue accents and a patent leather mudguard made these fly enough for A-list events while adding anticipation around the signature series. A new Air Jordan 11 Low custom by Sole Swap revamps the familiar theme.
Get low, Jordan! The Air Jordan 11 Low White/Black-True Red is set to release this weekend at Jordan Brand retailers. The White/Black-True Red Jordan 11 Low sports a black mesh upper complimented by white a patent leather panel and true red detailing on the outsole. The Jordan 11 Low White/Black-True Red will go on sale on June 8, 2013 at $140. Will you cop or drop this low rendition of the Air Jordan 11?
Air Jordan 11 Low
June 8, 2013
This Saturday is a heavy day for sneaker enthusiasts. Both the Air Jordan 11 White/Black-True Red and Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Army Camo” release on Saturday, June 8 to much anticipation. Nice Kicks takes a detailed look at both sneakers, including features that make these shoes special. Check out the Unboxing of both sought after kicks, and let us know if these are on your list to cop. The Air Jordan 11 Low and “Army Camo” Foams will be available at Nice Kicks.