Air Jordan 2011 iD -’Silver Anniversary’
Since the dawn of Nike iD, heads have used the program to apply their favorite colorways and motifs to whatever models they please (check out our recent Nike iD giveaway for some great examples). With the latest from the Air Jordan line getting the iD treatment as well, you can make sure none of the classic combos elude the Air Jordan 2011. Pictured above is an Air Jordan 2011 iD inspired by last year’s string of Silver Anniversary releases from Jordan Brand featuring a clean white on white look with a clear sole. Take a full look at this ‘Silver Anniversary’ version of the Air Jordan 2011 after the jump and let us know how it stacks up against the real deal. via Kenlu
[quote="DynamiteDiscoDanny"]I personally think JB would make tons of money if they Nike ID all the retros[/quote] aha.. but they would lose their exclusivity.. and you guys will cry 'coz you can't re-sell your stuff now since everybody can get it.
those 2011 are dope... but those colombia's are HOT SHIIIIIIT in da streets... rumor is dat those will be da 11's droppin in dec 2012
id options on the 2011's arent that amazing and i would never waste money making an all white pair the dunk id's get worse too but the hyperfuse am90's have damn nice options i wanna see ajv's and xiii's on id but knowing jb the quality would still suck and the price would be nuts
DUMBASS KID ...THEY CAME OUT IN A COLORWAY THAT RESEMBLED THE CONCORD XIs AS A MATTER OF FACT THU WHERE THE FIRST AJ2011 COLOURWAY TO COME OUT
I think if they do that, then it might hurt JB down the road. Sure at first everyone would get their favorite Js ID. But once everyone gets them, then what?? JB would keep releasing their retros and no one would be buying them because everyone would already have what they want already. And we would now have leverage over JB! I'm all for retro ids, but if you think about it, it won't be a smart move for JB to do it.
Of course they would, they would make stupid amounts of money but I'm not sure if that type of income would be sustained because it would pretty much destroy most of their resale market.