In celebration of its 35th Anniversary, Jordan Brand reissued the original Air Jordan 11 Low IE Bred for the first time in history.the shoe has an updated “Black/White/True Red” color code. The shoe is expected to feature an all-black upper comprised of leather, suede overlays and a red sock liner. The look is completed with a white midsole and a smoky translucent outsole.From there, a translucent sole adds an icy finish to the newly reissued design.
This Air Jordan 13 Dark Powder Blue features a genuine leather and textile upper and features a Phylon midsole with a lace-up Zoom Air a Phylon midsole with an encapsulated Zoom Air unit and a rubber outsole to optimize traction and flexibility.These dress the quilted side panel as well as the toe box in different textures along with the lace unit and parts of the tooling. Darker Obsidian tones then work their way atop in seldom, finding place along the midsole, lining, and heel; to further complement — though with lighter pigment — the aforementioned Dark Powder Blue finishes the thread of the Jumpman at the tongue, the backdrop of the vamp logo, and the outer edges of the tread.
This offering of the Nike Blazer Mid sports a split aesthetic dressed in a Black, White, and Red color blocking. Special callouts for the celebration are spotted on the tongue labels and diamond-etched lace dubraes with the NBA’s logo appearing on the heels. Lastly, the shoes will come housed in special co-branded packaging.Additionally, Black Swooshes are seen on the outsole, while Red Swooshes are tucked in on the inside. Details calling out the tribute collection include the 75th anniversary tongue labels, the diamond-etched lace dubraes and the NBA’s logo appearing on the heels. Black laces, White rubber sole and Red outsole complete the look.

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