Air Jordan 11 Low Legend Blue Will Release on May 2021

  • Air Jordan 11 Low Legend Blue is expected to come dressed in a White, Black, and Legend Blue color scheme done in the same motif as the non-Low version. No leaked photos have surfaced, but this Air Jordan 11 Low is expected to look like the 2014 release, but in a low-top version.Early images of the shoe have yet to surface, but a mock-up from zSneakerheadz is suggesting a low-top version of the memorable color scheme that originally released in 1996 and was worn by Michael Jordan during the 1996 NBA All-Star Game.Titular hues will follow suit in playing a supporting role by landing along the throat’s midsole stamp as well as in tinted fashion throughout the entire treading.

    2020 Air Jordans are set to release an upcoming “Eleven” colorway of the Kyrie 6.And now the Brooklyn Nets superstar is giving us even more insight of what’s to come as this brand new “Eleven” variation has just surfaced on our radar.Nike Kyrie 6 sports a Black-based upper highlighted with “Eleven/Eleven” branding towards the heel along with an iridescent Swoosh on the lateral side.The theme behind this pair has not yet been officially confirmed by the brand, but Irving has had a connection with the number 11 including it currently representing his jersey number on the Brooklyn Nets, the total amount of letters in his name, and having played eleven games at Duke. A tinted translucent midfoot strap and heel piece atop a Black rubber sole completes the design.

    New Jordan launched Renew to find solutions for post-consumer and post-industrial waste by using upcycled textiles and recycled cotton canvas blends. This summer’s colorful Renew capsule highlights Converse’s proprietary recycled cotton canvas process, using discarded cotton canvas scraps from the footwear manufacturing process to create new sneakers. A monotone egret variation uses an undyed yarn blend to form the fabric for the shoe’s canvas upper.Created with a blend of 80% virgin cotton and 20% recycled cotton, the tri-panel execution on the Chuck 70 takes cues from earthy tones like prairie sand, branded melon, noble gray and mellow rose.