Air Jordan 11 Navy/Gum Concept Is As Clean As It Gets

Something about Gum bottoms

It’s no secret that the Air Jordan 11 is arguably the most iconic and sought after style of all-time. Originally, released in 1995, featuring a patent leather wrapped trimmed mid-cut, ballistic mesh upper, carbon fiber spring plates sitting atop a translucent icy sole, the Air Jordan 11 was the choice of shoe that helped Michael cap off the 1995-96 Championship. Today, the silhouette is widely popular due to its rich history and innovative design.

Which leads us to this point, presenting another concept courtesy of House of Heat offering us with the Air Jordan 11 Navy/Gum concept. Not much to explain here, I think we’re going to let the shoe and color speak for itself, so take a look below and let us know what you think of these Air Jordan 11 Navy/Gum concept in the comment section and if Jordan brand should release these?

air jordan 11 navy gum

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13 thoughts on “Air Jordan 11 Navy/Gum Concept Is As Clean As It Gets”

  1. The Santana Way

    I got the same colorway lows on as Iā€™m typing this comment and definitely buying this colorway again no matter if they come out in the highs or lows .

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