The official colors are white, metallic-silver and pure platinum. The color combination is beautifully layered with the pure platinum shade occupying center portions of the kicks while the white takes over most of the body of the Drop Jordan. The quarter panel appears to be perforated with the platinum coloring extending all the way to the tongue.
Air Jordan 11 Win Like 96 seems to have approached the kicks design with a layering mindset. The first layer is platinum with white being strategically placed on top to create the image of depth for the shoes. When it comes to texture, you can also see that there is a marked difference between the two colors. The platinum shading along the body looks a little furry while the white and tongue are both smooth versions of leather.
Icons include the word adidas NMD Singapore on the center of the tongue and the number 23 along the heels. Both are done in muted colors of white/grey while still managing to stand out from the pale background.The shoelaces are done in flat white design, making it seamlessly work with the overall feel of the kicks. Basic laces are always a good thing since this makes them very easy to replace. Since laces tend to give up long before the shoes does, you can always walk in any store and buy a perfect replacement without worrying that it will clash with the look.
The kicks should be out by June 3, 2017 with a price tag of $190 in select Cheap Air Max stores. The classic coloring makes these kicks fairly popular as lots of shoe lovers will find potential in these wear-anywhere shoes. It does not matter whether you are going to class, hanging out with friends, or going to a fancy shindig – the Air Jordan 7 “Pure Platinum” will happily take you anywhere and look good doing it. Check it out now or see others like it from Air Jordan!