The Jordan 11 Low Breds will be making its return in 2015 via the original “Cobalt” colorway.Note that the above photo features an original pair of the Jordan 11 IE Lows, and there are no images yet of the 2015 retro. The sneaker will be Jordan Brand’s first stab at this silhouette under the new remastered program, so the shape and materials should be more oriented toward the original, 1996 release.The Jordan 11 Low Breds will be making its return in 2015 via the original “Cobalt” colorway.Note that the above photo features an original pair of the Jordan 11 IE Lows, and there are no images yet of the 2015 retro. The sneaker will be Jordan Brand’s first stab at this silhouette under the new remastered program, so the shape and materials should be more oriented toward the original, 1996 release.
The Air Jordan 11 Retro IE Low “White/Cobalt” is set to return this August 2015 as a Remastered release. The last time the Air Jordan 11 Retro IE Low White/Cobalt released was back in May 2003.This IE edition of the Air Jordan 11 Low features a White leather base with small perforations and stitching along the upper. Other details include elephant print detailing on the overlay with a Cobalt Jumpman logo on the tongue. The Jordan 5 Space Jam is finished with a White midsole and clear outsole – which in this case could have an icy Blue translucent outsole on the Retro 2015 version.
So far during Jordan Brand‘s 30th anniversary, a slew of both old and new silhouettes have commemorated the momentous year, and another forthcoming model is seen with this Air Jordan 9 “Militia Green.”As a recap from our initial coverage, this particular makeup of the Air Jordan 9 is a homage to the iconic Michael Jordan statue situated at the entrance of United Center in Chicago – the home to both the Chicago Bulls and Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League. The Breds Jordan 11 Low GS statue’s Bronzine/Militia Green aesthetic is visibly prominent on the Air Jordan 9’s eyelets, lining, midsole and rear portion, while the sneaker’s overall build is comprised of premium White leather.The Jordan 11 Low Breds will be making its return in 2015 via the original “Cobalt” colorway.Note that the above photo features an original pair of the Jordan 11 IE Lows, and there are no images yet of the 2015 retro. The sneaker will be Jordan Brand’s first stab at this silhouette under the new remastered program, so the shape and materials should be more oriented toward the original, 1996 release.
The Air Jordan 11 Retro IE Low “White/Cobalt” is set to return this August 2015 as a Remastered release. The last time the Air Jordan 11 Retro IE Low White/Cobalt released was back in May 2003.This IE edition of the Air Jordan 11 Low features a White leather base with small perforations and stitching along the upper. Other details include elephant print detailing on the overlay with a Cobalt Jumpman logo on the tongue. The Jordan 5 Space Jam is finished with a White midsole and clear outsole – which in this case could have an icy Blue translucent outsole on the Retro 2015 version.
So far during Jordan Brand‘s 30th anniversary, a slew of both old and new silhouettes have commemorated the momentous year, and another forthcoming model is seen with this Air Jordan 9 “Militia Green.”As a recap from our initial coverage, this particular makeup of the Air Jordan 9 is a homage to the iconic Michael Jordan statue situated at the entrance of United Center in Chicago – the home to both the Chicago Bulls and Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League. The Breds Jordan 11 Low GS statue’s Bronzine/Militia Green aesthetic is visibly prominent on the Air Jordan 9’s eyelets, lining, midsole and rear portion, while the sneaker’s overall build is comprised of premium White leather.The Jordan 11 Low Breds will be making its return in 2015 via the original “Cobalt” colorway.Note that the above photo features an original pair of the Jordan 11 IE Lows, and there are no images yet of the 2015 retro. The sneaker will be Jordan Brand’s first stab at this silhouette under the new remastered program, so the shape and materials should be more oriented toward the original, 1996 release.
The Air Jordan 11 Retro IE Low “White/Cobalt” is set to return this August 2015 as a Remastered release. The last time the Air Jordan 11 Retro IE Low White/Cobalt released was back in May 2003.This IE edition of the Air Jordan 11 Low features a White leather base with small perforations and stitching along the upper. Other details include elephant print detailing on the overlay with a Cobalt Jumpman logo on the tongue. The Jordan 5 Space Jam is finished with a White midsole and clear outsole – which in this case could have an icy Blue translucent outsole on the Retro 2015 version.
So far during Jordan Brand‘s 30th anniversary, a slew of both old and new silhouettes have commemorated the momentous year, and another forthcoming model is seen with this Air Jordan 9 “Militia Green.”As a recap from our initial coverage, this particular makeup of the Air Jordan 9 is a homage to the iconic Michael Jordan statue situated at the entrance of United Center in Chicago – the home to both the Chicago Bulls and Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League. The Breds Jordan 11 Low GS statue’s Bronzine/Militia Green aesthetic is visibly prominent on the Air Jordan 9’s eyelets, lining, midsole and rear portion, while the sneaker’s overall build is comprised of premium White leather.The Jordan 11 Low Breds will be making its return in 2015 via the original “Cobalt” colorway.Note that the above photo features an original pair of the Jordan 11 IE Lows, and there are no images yet of the 2015 retro. The sneaker will be Jordan Brand’s first stab at this silhouette under the new remastered program, so the shape and materials should be more oriented toward the original, 1996 release.
The Air Jordan 11 Retro IE Low “White/Cobalt” is set to return this August 2015 as a Remastered release. The last time the Air Jordan 11 Retro IE Low White/Cobalt released was back in May 2003.This IE edition of the Air Jordan 11 Low features a White leather base with small perforations and stitching along the upper. Other details include elephant print detailing on the overlay with a Cobalt Jumpman logo on the tongue. The Jordan 5 Space Jam is finished with a White midsole and clear outsole – which in this case could have an icy Blue translucent outsole on the Retro 2015 version.
So far during Jordan Brand‘s 30th anniversary, a slew of both old and new silhouettes have commemorated the momentous year, and another forthcoming model is seen with this Air Jordan 9 “Militia Green.”As a recap from our initial coverage, this particular makeup of the Air Jordan 9 is a homage to the iconic Michael Jordan statue situated at the entrance of United Center in Chicago – the home to both the Chicago Bulls and Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League. The Breds Jordan 11 Low GS statue’s Bronzine/Militia Green aesthetic is visibly prominent on the Air Jordan 9’s eyelets, lining, midsole and rear portion, while the sneaker’s overall build is comprised of premium White leather.The Jordan 11 Low Breds will be making its return in 2015 via the original “Cobalt” colorway.Note that the above photo features an original pair of the Jordan 11 IE Lows, and there are no images yet of the 2015 retro. The sneaker will be Jordan Brand’s first stab at this silhouette under the new remastered program, so the shape and materials should be more oriented toward the original, 1996 release.
The Air Jordan 11 Retro IE Low “White/Cobalt” is set to return this August 2015 as a Remastered release. The last time the Air Jordan 11 Retro IE Low White/Cobalt released was back in May 2003.This IE edition of the Air Jordan 11 Low features a White leather base with small perforations and stitching along the upper. Other details include elephant print detailing on the overlay with a Cobalt Jumpman logo on the tongue. The Jordan 5 Space Jam is finished with a White midsole and clear outsole – which in this case could have an icy Blue translucent outsole on the Retro 2015 version.
So far during Jordan Brand‘s 30th anniversary, a slew of both old and new silhouettes have commemorated the momentous year, and another forthcoming model is seen with this Air Jordan 9 “Militia Green.”As a recap from our initial coverage, this particular makeup of the Air Jordan 9 is a homage to the iconic Michael Jordan statue situated at the entrance of United Center in Chicago – the home to both the Chicago Bulls and Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League. The Breds Jordan 11 Low GS statue’s Bronzine/Militia Green aesthetic is visibly prominent on the Air Jordan 9’s eyelets, lining, midsole and rear portion, while the sneaker’s overall build is comprised of premium White leather.