The Air Jordan 11 “Bred” is making its comeback this year and will be a part of the final Air Jordan releases during the Holiday Season. It is going to be this year’s annual Air Jordan 11 release. For Air Jordan 11 Holiday Season release last year, Jordan Brand brought back the original “Concord” colorway, which made its retail debut on December 8th, 2018 at a price of $220. The year before that, Jordan Brand released two brand new colorways of the Air Jordan 11. They were dubbed “Win Like ’82” and “Win Like ’96,” both of which were inspired by historic championship victories from Michael Jordan’s famed career.
The Air Jordan releases 2019 that are arriving in the coming months will include three “Snakeskin” iterations of the Air Jordan 11 Low. On April 19th, 2014, Jordan Brand released the Air Jordan 11 Low “Green Snakeskin.” The first of this year’s trio of “Snakeskin” iterations is of the Air Jordan 11 Low SE as seen above. This is the most subtle of the three, with Light Bone-colored ballistic mesh uppers. Of course, it gets its nickname from the snakeskin texture visible over its entire mudguards. Furthermore, its inner lining is covered in Black and University Red can be spotted over the little “Jumpman” logo on the tongue tags.
Jordan Brand‘s Holiday Season collection of Air Jordan releases 2018 includes two colorways of the Air Jordan 11, one of which is for women. As most of you probably know, the Air Jordan 11 “Concord” makes its long-awaited comeback next month after 23 years. It was originally released back in 1995 after Michael Jordan returned from his stint in Minor League Baseball and wore it during the 1995–96 Chicago Bulls season. The returning Air Jordan 11 “Concord” will actually be available in full family sizes. However, women and small-footed sneakerheads can also look forward to the release of the Air Jordan 11 “Neutral Olive” in the coming days.
After nearly a 2-year-long hiatus, the Air Jordan 11 Low IE made its unexpected comeback last year when Jordan Brand unveiled two retro colorways out of the blue during summer last year. The “Might Navy” colorway hit the shelves earlier that year on July 29th, 2017 and retailed at a price of $170, while the “Fire Red” iteration made its retail debut September 23rd, 2017 at the same price. Back in July, it was revealed that three brand new colorways of the model would be joining this year’s Air Jordan releases 2018 and it turns out that they are all collectively part of a “Highlighter” Pack. Continue reading This “Highlighter” Pack Consists Of These Three Air Jordan 11 Low IE Colorways
If asked about the best colorways of the Air Jordan 11, which ones come to your mind first? By now, many of you are probably thinking about the Air Jordan 11 “Bred” and “Columbia.” The Air Jordan 11 “Bred” made its retail debut back in April 1995. Inspired by the “Away” uniforms of the Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan was often spotted laced up in his pair of this iteration on the court. A year later in 1996, the Air Jordan 11 “Columbia” made its retail debut at a price of $125. Both these colorways are returning in high- and low-top form, but as cleats rather than basketball sneakers. Continue reading Jordan Brand Has Converted These Classic Air Jordan 11 Colorways Into Football Cleats
For the most part of the 2017–18 NBA season, Kawhi Leonard has been out of action because of a quadriceps injury. As a result, there seems to be some fall out between him and his current team, the San Antonio Spurs. Reportedly, Kawhi has been “disconnected” and “distant” from his team. Considering that the tendiopathy in his right quadriceps has been lingering for quite some time now, the Spurs recently made an announcement about shutting down their small forward indefinitely. Nonetheless, it seems that the relationship between Jordan Bran and Kawhi Leonard is as strong as ever, which is evident from his brand new, exclusive Air Jordan 1. Continue reading Kawhi Leonard Was Once Again Spotted Rocking An All-Gold Air Jordan PE Sneaker
Michael Jordan has been deemed the G.O.A.T. in professional basketball and his career was definitely nothing short of historic and illustrious. However, many NBA athletes of that time have also claimed that Michael Jordan was also quite a trash-talker. Richard Hamilton, who has been a Jordan Brand athlete for quite some time, has claimed that Michael Jordan had a knack for getting into the heads of not only his opponents but even his own teammates. Michael Jordan even told Rip Hamilton that he would never be good enough to rock an Air Jordan pair. In present times though, he has received his own Air Jordan 11 PE. Continue reading Rip Hamilton’s Air Jordan 11 PE Is Dressed Up In Detroit Pistons Colors