Jordan Brand – Potential 2011/2012 Retro Releases

February 2, 2011 BY / 0

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Sneaker News already gave you news of an upcoming Retro release of both the Air Jordan III Black/Cement and the Air Jordan XI Concord for 2011 not long ago. Those two marquee Jordans have 2011 poised to be an amazing year, but apparently that might just be the tip of a massive iceberg. According to a source that has proven to be reliable in the past, Jordan Brand has plans to Retro a wide selection of Air Jordans – some of which have been long-overdue for a re-release. Starting in numerical order, the Air Jordan IV (White/Cement Grey and Military Blue), Air Jordan X (‘Steel’, White/Varsity Red, and White/Black-True Red ‘Chicago’), Air Jordan XI (Columbia) and Air Jordan XII (Obsidian Mid) as a double-box pack, Air Jordan XIV (‘Last Shot’, White/Black-Varsity Red-Metallic Silver, and ‘Indiglo’), and Air Jordan XVII (Black/Metallic Silver) are all rumored to release during the Holiday 2011 and early 2012 seasons. Keep in mind that these Retro releases are subject to change, but let’s keep our fingers crossed that all this good stuff will be coming our way. Which pair are you most excited about? Continue reading for a quick review of these potential releases and vote for your favorite. And stay tuned to Sneaker News for the latest info on upcoming Air Jordan Retro releases. via NT.

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