Will the Air Jordan 2011 iD open doors to Air Jordan Retros appearing on Nike’s DIY sneaker customization experience? How mind-bogglingly insane would it be if you could pick your own two-toned elephant print, your own glossy patent leather, or your own mult-colored AJ7 tongue. In the words of Christopher Walken, “Wowee.” (ref. to the Saturday Night Live parody of Renzo Cesana). At this moment, we can fully enjoy the Hatfield/Luedecke designed Air Jordan 2011 on iD, and Nike Harajuku‘s samples show that the Air Jordan, envisioned by the minds of unique and distinct individuals, can produce some outstanding results. Check out some more images of the Air Jordan 2011 iD samples below and let us know what Air Jordan Retro you’d kill to see on Nike iD!
i know how nike thinks, they will see how many people design a certain colorway, then they will do a general release that will be similar, watch for those Cool Greys to drop here soon, i give it 3 months!! I designed a few pair of AF1s even save on the site, and seen them do a general release of 4 of my designs.
Believe me, that worth the penalty pay $215 because these shoes are the most technological, comfortable and stylish this year. What happens is that the majority of collectors like you prefer things old 90's are know that we are already in the year 2011 if you das account shoes are coming to the market with higher quality that is that the price is higher than the other years.