Nike Air Jordan 11 Retro ’72-10′. As tribute to Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls record breaking win loss card 72-10 back in 1995/1996 regular season. While basketball fans around the globe eagerly anticipates the Golden State Warriors possibly breaking this record, a week early than scheduled, Nike and Jordan brand launches the colorway this weekend 12/12. Or is it because of the YZY 750 release. The shoe game is on for these two competing brands.
This colorway comes with premium washed leather in place of the 11s usual mesh on the upper adds to the timeless appeal of this Air Jordan silhouette. Although a general release, everyone is making sure to get their hands on a pair of these flames. Get your plugs ready. Here are US stores online who will carry the pair:
The Air Jordan 11 “Cobalt” returns in a remastered retro this weekend. Last release was in 2003. This pair comes in cobalt tongue logo and elephant prints stitched in the upper along with white leather and favourite J11 icy sole. Nice eared lacing that makes it faster if you are opting to swap to maybe cobalt colored laces (just a suggestion).
[Update 05-22] Day before the release. Everyone is waiting for their phones to ring. Otherwise, you know the drill… sleep early and wake up in the morning. Updated links below for all sizes.
[Update 05-17] It’s time. This week they will drop these very popular colorway and silhouette. This is a general release but will sell out for sure so don’t sleep on it. Here are links to popular stores online carrying this Jordan 11 Low “Breds”.
[05-06] Everyone’s sleeping on the Jordan 5s at the moment. And here’s why; The iconic Nike Air Jordan 11 ‘Breds’ is set to retro with a low cut in about two weeks. Lots of samples and hue edited pics have spread the internet in anticipation. Black and Red is always must have colorway for every Jordan Retro. After all this is Jordan’s Chicago Bulls color. Take another look in anticipation of the release come May 23rd. Nike picked the best date for the very famous Jordan retro and colorway. Here’s a microscopic view to appreciate the classic design that never fades: