Do you like the Air Jordan 11 25th Anniversary

Air Jordan 11 25th Anniversary is a new color option from Jordan Brand that will release part of their 2020 Holiday collection. Other details includes a White midsole, translucent outsole and the number 25 on the insoles to celebrate its 25th Anniversary. 2020 marks the 25th Anniversary of the Air Jordan 11 which first released in 1995. In addition we have a Metal Jumpman by the heel and 23 on the heel while ‘JORDAN’ branding is written down the eyelets in Silver. Jordan Brand will celebrate this milestone by releasing a special iteration of the model. This Air Jordan 11 comes dressed in a Black, Multi-Color and White color combination. Utilizing Black throughout the upper which covers the mesh, leather and patent leather.

New Nike Air Force 1 will release for Summer 2020 and will celebrate the upcoming Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan which has now been pushed until 2021. Fire Red detailing will also land on the ankle, bottom eyelets and Jumpman on the tongue. There is also two variations releasing known as SE and SE-T. Following we will have Nike Air branding on the heel, done in Fire Red while a transparent Jumpman logo will overlay it. Dressed in a White, Fire Red and Black color combination. This Air Jordan 3 will feature a White leather upper while elephant print wraps the toe and heel while using denim.

Newly Jordans also known as ‘Stone Blue’ will release from Jordan Brand during August 2020 and will feature a brand new color combination. This references the use of Indigo, which is one of the oldest dyes that is used for textile dyeing and printing. Due to this process, no two pieces are the same. In addition they feature Silver on the top two metal eyelets while White leather runs across the mudguard. The upper on this pair will fade over time and will unveil a unique design on the base. A special card will also come with this release which reads “The Beauty of Imperfection, Fades to Perfection.” This Air Jordan 12 will come dressed in a Stone Blue, Legend Blue and Obsidian color combination.

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