Jordans 2019 Cheap, Tinker Hatfield listened when Michael Jordan said he wanted patent leather on a sneaker--something versatile for basketball and formal occasions. Hatfield responded in 1995 and 1996's Air Jordan 11, often regarded as the most beloved signature silhouette of all. A white midsole melds nicely with a translucent Varsity Red outsole, and is the same colorway that Michael Jordan wore during the 1996 NBA championship playoff run. This retro was distributed in December 2019 with OG detailing, including high-cut patent leather, signature Jumpman branding and MJ's number 23 stamped on the heel.
Some sneakers are so iconic that nothing needs to be said to explain their significance. The Air Jordan 11 "Bred" is one of those sneakers. But for those that may not know we'll hook you up with a little history lesson. Wrapped in patent leather from toe to heel and topped with ballistic mesh and leather, Jordan wore the 11 to another NBA championship with the Bulls and in Space Jam (1996). The colorway, the third for the silhouette, took a title and started a second three-peat. Fittingly, it will release again this year, and for the first time since 2012, to mark the 10th anniversary of Jordan Brand's annual holiday celebration of the Jordan XI.
2019 Jordan, This timeless model and classic colorway needs no introduction—but we'll break it down for those that don't know. Tinker Hatfield created the Air Jordan XI to redefine limits, with a carbon fiber plate for unrivaled performance and patent leather for an unprecedented touch of luxury. From the materials to the branding hit, all is mostly as it once was; treads don a translucence with its bold red glow while matching hits break up the black gloss and mesh material assortment along the Jumpman insignia towards the heel as well as the patch right along the tongue.