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Nike Air Jordan 11 Low: Last night, we brought you news on the return of one of the all-time great Air Jordan colorways, and while these might not quite have the legendary status of the Infrared VI, they will still be a welcome addition to a lot of collections next year. Strangely, the Air Jordan X is a somewhat underappreciated model, despite its sleek silhouette, but anytime an OG colorway is Retroed with little to no changes, there can’t be much to complain about. This version of the Air Jordan X was originally released in 1995 and sports an unmistakable Bulls color scheme courtesy of a White upper with Black and True Red accents. Specific details on these are still unknown, but the word is that they’ll be hitting stores next March. We’ll be sure to keep you posted, and for now, you can check out some more pics after the jump. Via NT. by Nike Air Jordan 11 Low
Nike Air Jordan 11 Low - Not only is Chris Paul one of the brightest rising stars in the NBA, he also gets the honor of having a signature sneaker line from Jordan Brand. So far, there have been two CP3 Jordan models and now we bring you a look at the third installment in the series. first two have been generally well-received, and from the looks of this preview, there’s a good chance that folks will be feeling the CP3.III as well. The Nike Air Jordan 11 Low and shoe features a lower cut than the previous CP3 models and also bears some similarities to the Jordan Dub Zero. In the same way that some of Carmelo Anthony’s Jordan models have borrowed some design elements from classic Air Jordans, the CP3.III seems to take a similar approach in the hopes of helping the shoe fit in with the Jordan aesthetic.That said, aside from the cut and general appearance, the shoe still does plenty to separate itself as its own unique model. most notable features of the CP3.III have to be the intricate tonal graphics that grace the mid section of the shoe and the thick contrast stitching that lines the edge of the bottom section of the upper. So far, there are two colorways to check out, and of course it’s possible that there will be some changes made before these begin to hit stores next year. Stay tuned for more colorways and info on the upcoming Jordan CP3.III and be sure to check out a closer look after the jump. Via TheShoeGame.
If you’re checking out this site right now, you’re probably already well versed on the Air Jordan legacy. As hugely popular as Jordans are and have been since the 80′s, there are certain colorways of certain Air Jordan models that transcend the sneaker game as something more than just a shoe. To some, it’s a work of art, and to others, it’s a nostalgic reminder of the good old days of our youth. To many of us, just the mere sight of this Air Jordan VI conjures a series of flashbacks to not only that special time in sneakers, but also to the early days of a subculture that was just starting to emerge in response to the amazing creations that were coming out of Tinker Hatfield’s sketchbook.above Air Jordan VI in its OG Infrared colorway is one of those special shoes that is more than just something you put on your feet. It’s a road post along the sneaker landscape that we can all look back on with great fondness. During the 1990-1991 NBA season, at the time of their release, Nike was pulling away from their competitors at a startling rate and so was Michael Jordan. These shoes were on his feet as he won his first NBA Championship and his second league MVP.Was it the shoes Only Mike and Spike know for sure, but for most of us, owning a pair of these kicks was as close as we were ever going to come. Whether you had them back then or were smart enough to pick up the Retro version that dropped in 2000, another chance is coming to get your hands on one of the centerpieces of the Air Jordan legacy. The Nike Air Jordan 11 Low and original Black/Infrared Air Jordan VI will be hitting stores again in January of next year, so you’ll have to be patient, but we promise that they’ll be worth the wait. In the meantime, you can check out some closeups of the shoe to whet your appetite even further and we’ll be sure to keep you posted on all the latest regarding this eagerly awaited Retro release. Via Gradient.Release Date: 01/2010Color: Black/InfraredStyle: 384664-061
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