December 28, 2009 BY Aaron Hope
We deconstructed the Air Jordan XI and its impact on sneakers as we looked at the ‘Space Jam’ Air Jordan 11 in advance of its hotly-anticipated release, but how about literally? This is what happens when you pull a 10th grade bio-class and pull an AJ11 apart at the sole. You’ll need a box cutter, needlenose pliars and a screwdriver, and off comes the sole, and the icey (yellowed) bottoms from there. With the outsole gone, you get a good sense for how massive the carbon fibre spring plate really is. Flip that jenx over and you’ll be able to strip out the full-length Air sole that was to be the last non-Zoom Air Jordan (still is). It’s just like a YouTube unboxing, except actually fun to look at, and we have more photos after the jump. via Kenlu.
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