New Jordans 2016, The Air Jordan 11 72-10 restock is going down at select retailers nationwide today, bringing back to shelves that acclaimed mix of black tumbled leather, tonal glitter-tinged patent leather, and metallic red branding. The Air Jordan 11 Concords were originally released in November 1995 and were designed by Tinker Hatfield for Michael Jordan. The design inspiration came straight from Michael Jordan who said he "wanted a shoe that would look good both off the court as well as on. A shoe that he could wear with a suit". They then received their name from the official colorway featured on the box tag and feature a white upper with black patent leather around the base, This being the first time patent leather had been used on a basketball shoe. They also feature a clear outsole with a carbon fiber spring plate, nylon uppers, a quick lace system, and of course the air sole.
Tinker Hatfield thought that Cheap Jordans 2016 should pull out all the stops and make a shoe out of materials that had never been used in a basketball shoe. At first, Tinker was thinking of using some high-end nylons, but good thing he changed his mind. Tinker wanted the Air Jordan 11 to look like a convertible, with a shiny body, so that is why the Air Jordan XI had patent leather. The Air Jordan 11 are loved by many sneaker enthusiasts and are always a sell out. Air Jordan XI HistoryMichael Jordan was now back in the NBA, and the Air Jordan XI was his shoe for the 1995-1996 season. But before Michael Jordan wore the model, Tinker had to design them. First up is the white/red pair that originally released in 2001. Often called "Cherry," this colorway uses a white ballistic mesh upper that's accented by a red patent leather overlay and capped off with an icy outsole. Shifting gears, the Jordan 11 Low will also drop in a brand new colorway that sports a mostly navy blue upper. The standout feature on this pair is its translucent gum outsole, a first for the Jordan 11 shoes.
The new Air Jordan XXXI represents a balance of New Air Jordan Shoes tradition of game-changing performance and its transcendent style: lightweight support for the world’s highest-flying athletes, including Russell Westbrook, and rich material details that exude an off-court sensibility. The shoe’s first-of-its-kind Flyweave and leather upper incorporates a number of iconic Jordan elements, reintroducing the original Air Jordan "Wings" logo and a subtle Swoosh — not seen on a Jordan shoe since the Air Jordan I and the first time it has appeared alongside a Jumpman logo.