Upon its release in 1995, the Air Jordan 11 flipped the footwear world upside down. The design's unprecedented use of patent leather foreshadowed a future where the line between performance and style would be irrevocably blurred. This low-top rendition dresses the silhouette in the same hues shown in one of Tinker Hatfield's original sketches, with a white upper complemented by overlays of Concord Blue and understated black accents.
Since his game-winning shot that brought championship glory to North Carolina, Michael Jordan has been at the forefront of basketball consciousness. He took to the court in 1985 wearing the original Air Jordan I, simultaneously breaking league rules and his opponents' will, while capturing the imaginations of fans worldwide.
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