Jordan Brand dropped the ‘Barcelona Nights’ on us in March and Jordan 11 Low Breds next month, now its time for the ‘Barcelona Days.’Originally nicknamed the ‘Bobcats’ edition, this all-new Air Jordan 7 Retro comes in a dark grey, wolf grey, total orange and turquoise blue colorway. Inspired by the Dream Teams 1992 visit to Barcelona, Spain, this pair pays homage to the city’s rich culture. They feature a two-tone dark grey and wolf grey leather upper, offset by orange, teal and infrared accents.Jordan Brand dropped the ‘Barcelona Nights’ on us in March and Jordan 11 Low Breds next month, now its time for the ‘Barcelona Days.’Originally nicknamed the ‘Bobcats’ edition, this all-new Air Jordan 7 Retro comes in a dark grey, wolf grey, total orange and turquoise blue colorway. Inspired by the Dream Teams 1992 visit to Barcelona, Spain, this pair pays homage to the city’s rich culture. They feature a two-tone dark grey and wolf grey leather upper, offset by orange, teal and infrared accents.
Jordan Brand is set to release another exclusive gradeschool Air Jordan 7 colorway for the month of April for Jordan Brand’s 30th Anniversary. This Air Jordan 7 GS edition is another Bugs Bunny-inspired colorway, this time paying tribute Bugs Bunny’s crush in the 1996 film Jordan 5 Space Jam , Lola Bunny.The shoe features a full Black leather with Black nubuck overlay, Purple accents hitting the interior, back pull tab, and midsole. Other features include minor hints of Tan on the Jumpman logo, as well as on the midsole. Finishing off this GS-edition is the multicolor-like graphic tongue and Turquoise Teal outsole giving it a nice touch.
The Air Jordan 11 Low has been a featured player in Jordan Brand’s summer for the past couple of years, and after the Concords released in 2014, you had to know that the Jumpman had something special up their respective sleeves. The Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred” releases May 23rd, and if there’s a must-have release of summer 2015, this could very well be it. Featuring an alternate red lining found on a PE pair given to the man himself to wear, the rest is as expected – cordura mesh upper, black patent leather, and a semi-translucent University Red outsole all play perfectly into the lowtop summer aesthetic. The question isn’t really whether you’re getting the Bred Lows or not, it’s just how many you’ll be trying to get Breds Jordan 11 Low GS on your hands.Jordan Brand dropped the ‘Barcelona Nights’ on us in March and Jordan 11 Low Breds next month, now its time for the ‘Barcelona Days.’Originally nicknamed the ‘Bobcats’ edition, this all-new Air Jordan 7 Retro comes in a dark grey, wolf grey, total orange and turquoise blue colorway. Inspired by the Dream Teams 1992 visit to Barcelona, Spain, this pair pays homage to the city’s rich culture. They feature a two-tone dark grey and wolf grey leather upper, offset by orange, teal and infrared accents.
Jordan Brand is set to release another exclusive gradeschool Air Jordan 7 colorway for the month of April for Jordan Brand’s 30th Anniversary. This Air Jordan 7 GS edition is another Bugs Bunny-inspired colorway, this time paying tribute Bugs Bunny’s crush in the 1996 film Jordan 5 Space Jam , Lola Bunny.The shoe features a full Black leather with Black nubuck overlay, Purple accents hitting the interior, back pull tab, and midsole. Other features include minor hints of Tan on the Jumpman logo, as well as on the midsole. Finishing off this GS-edition is the multicolor-like graphic tongue and Turquoise Teal outsole giving it a nice touch.
The Air Jordan 11 Low has been a featured player in Jordan Brand’s summer for the past couple of years, and after the Concords released in 2014, you had to know that the Jumpman had something special up their respective sleeves. The Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred” releases May 23rd, and if there’s a must-have release of summer 2015, this could very well be it. Featuring an alternate red lining found on a PE pair given to the man himself to wear, the rest is as expected – cordura mesh upper, black patent leather, and a semi-translucent University Red outsole all play perfectly into the lowtop summer aesthetic. The question isn’t really whether you’re getting the Bred Lows or not, it’s just how many you’ll be trying to get Breds Jordan 11 Low GS on your hands.Jordan Brand dropped the ‘Barcelona Nights’ on us in March and Jordan 11 Low Breds next month, now its time for the ‘Barcelona Days.’Originally nicknamed the ‘Bobcats’ edition, this all-new Air Jordan 7 Retro comes in a dark grey, wolf grey, total orange and turquoise blue colorway. Inspired by the Dream Teams 1992 visit to Barcelona, Spain, this pair pays homage to the city’s rich culture. They feature a two-tone dark grey and wolf grey leather upper, offset by orange, teal and infrared accents.
Jordan Brand is set to release another exclusive gradeschool Air Jordan 7 colorway for the month of April for Jordan Brand’s 30th Anniversary. This Air Jordan 7 GS edition is another Bugs Bunny-inspired colorway, this time paying tribute Bugs Bunny’s crush in the 1996 film Jordan 5 Space Jam , Lola Bunny.The shoe features a full Black leather with Black nubuck overlay, Purple accents hitting the interior, back pull tab, and midsole. Other features include minor hints of Tan on the Jumpman logo, as well as on the midsole. Finishing off this GS-edition is the multicolor-like graphic tongue and Turquoise Teal outsole giving it a nice touch.
The Air Jordan 11 Low has been a featured player in Jordan Brand’s summer for the past couple of years, and after the Concords released in 2014, you had to know that the Jumpman had something special up their respective sleeves. The Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred” releases May 23rd, and if there’s a must-have release of summer 2015, this could very well be it. Featuring an alternate red lining found on a PE pair given to the man himself to wear, the rest is as expected – cordura mesh upper, black patent leather, and a semi-translucent University Red outsole all play perfectly into the lowtop summer aesthetic. The question isn’t really whether you’re getting the Bred Lows or not, it’s just how many you’ll be trying to get Breds Jordan 11 Low GS on your hands.Jordan Brand dropped the ‘Barcelona Nights’ on us in March and Jordan 11 Low Breds next month, now its time for the ‘Barcelona Days.’Originally nicknamed the ‘Bobcats’ edition, this all-new Air Jordan 7 Retro comes in a dark grey, wolf grey, total orange and turquoise blue colorway. Inspired by the Dream Teams 1992 visit to Barcelona, Spain, this pair pays homage to the city’s rich culture. They feature a two-tone dark grey and wolf grey leather upper, offset by orange, teal and infrared accents.
Jordan Brand is set to release another exclusive gradeschool Air Jordan 7 colorway for the month of April for Jordan Brand’s 30th Anniversary. This Air Jordan 7 GS edition is another Bugs Bunny-inspired colorway, this time paying tribute Bugs Bunny’s crush in the 1996 film Jordan 5 Space Jam , Lola Bunny.The shoe features a full Black leather with Black nubuck overlay, Purple accents hitting the interior, back pull tab, and midsole. Other features include minor hints of Tan on the Jumpman logo, as well as on the midsole. Finishing off this GS-edition is the multicolor-like graphic tongue and Turquoise Teal outsole giving it a nice touch.
The Air Jordan 11 Low has been a featured player in Jordan Brand’s summer for the past couple of years, and after the Concords released in 2014, you had to know that the Jumpman had something special up their respective sleeves. The Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred” releases May 23rd, and if there’s a must-have release of summer 2015, this could very well be it. Featuring an alternate red lining found on a PE pair given to the man himself to wear, the rest is as expected – cordura mesh upper, black patent leather, and a semi-translucent University Red outsole all play perfectly into the lowtop summer aesthetic. The question isn’t really whether you’re getting the Bred Lows or not, it’s just how many you’ll be trying to get Breds Jordan 11 Low GS on your hands.Jordan Brand dropped the ‘Barcelona Nights’ on us in March and Jordan 11 Low Breds next month, now its time for the ‘Barcelona Days.’Originally nicknamed the ‘Bobcats’ edition, this all-new Air Jordan 7 Retro comes in a dark grey, wolf grey, total orange and turquoise blue colorway. Inspired by the Dream Teams 1992 visit to Barcelona, Spain, this pair pays homage to the city’s rich culture. They feature a two-tone dark grey and wolf grey leather upper, offset by orange, teal and infrared accents.
Jordan Brand is set to release another exclusive gradeschool Air Jordan 7 colorway for the month of April for Jordan Brand’s 30th Anniversary. This Air Jordan 7 GS edition is another Bugs Bunny-inspired colorway, this time paying tribute Bugs Bunny’s crush in the 1996 film Jordan 5 Space Jam , Lola Bunny.The shoe features a full Black leather with Black nubuck overlay, Purple accents hitting the interior, back pull tab, and midsole. Other features include minor hints of Tan on the Jumpman logo, as well as on the midsole. Finishing off this GS-edition is the multicolor-like graphic tongue and Turquoise Teal outsole giving it a nice touch.
The Air Jordan 11 Low has been a featured player in Jordan Brand’s summer for the past couple of years, and after the Concords released in 2014, you had to know that the Jumpman had something special up their respective sleeves. The Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred” releases May 23rd, and if there’s a must-have release of summer 2015, this could very well be it. Featuring an alternate red lining found on a PE pair given to the man himself to wear, the rest is as expected – cordura mesh upper, black patent leather, and a semi-translucent University Red outsole all play perfectly into the lowtop summer aesthetic. The question isn’t really whether you’re getting the Bred Lows or not, it’s just how many you’ll be trying to get Breds Jordan 11 Low GS on your hands.Jordan Brand dropped the ‘Barcelona Nights’ on us in March and Jordan 11 Low Breds next month, now its time for the ‘Barcelona Days.’Originally nicknamed the ‘Bobcats’ edition, this all-new Air Jordan 7 Retro comes in a dark grey, wolf grey, total orange and turquoise blue colorway. Inspired by the Dream Teams 1992 visit to Barcelona, Spain, this pair pays homage to the city’s rich culture. They feature a two-tone dark grey and wolf grey leather upper, offset by orange, teal and infrared accents.
Jordan Brand is set to release another exclusive gradeschool Air Jordan 7 colorway for the month of April for Jordan Brand’s 30th Anniversary. This Air Jordan 7 GS edition is another Bugs Bunny-inspired colorway, this time paying tribute Bugs Bunny’s crush in the 1996 film Jordan 5 Space Jam , Lola Bunny.The shoe features a full Black leather with Black nubuck overlay, Purple accents hitting the interior, back pull tab, and midsole. Other features include minor hints of Tan on the Jumpman logo, as well as on the midsole. Finishing off this GS-edition is the multicolor-like graphic tongue and Turquoise Teal outsole giving it a nice touch.
The Air Jordan 11 Low has been a featured player in Jordan Brand’s summer for the past couple of years, and after the Concords released in 2014, you had to know that the Jumpman had something special up their respective sleeves. The Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred” releases May 23rd, and if there’s a must-have release of summer 2015, this could very well be it. Featuring an alternate red lining found on a PE pair given to the man himself to wear, the rest is as expected – cordura mesh upper, black patent leather, and a semi-translucent University Red outsole all play perfectly into the lowtop summer aesthetic. The question isn’t really whether you’re getting the Bred Lows or not, it’s just how many you’ll be trying to get Breds Jordan 11 Low GS on your hands.