December 23, 2011 BY Brendan Dunne / 36
OK, so you locked down your Air Jordan XI ‘Corcords’ and you can spend the remaining days of the year gazing at their glory and reveling the the thrill of the hunt. Don’t take too many days off though, as Jordan Brand is already gearing up for 2012, which means that there are plenty more sneakers to be had. This in depth look at the February 2012 drop showcases all the models branching off from the legacy series line that you can expect, with standouts like a graphite colored version of the Jordan Big Ups, the return of the Jordan Flight TR ’97, and the comfy low-cut Jordan RCVR model. Follow us after the jump to get an in-depth look at the whole collection and let us know which one of these Jumpman releases you’ve got your eyes on.
Jordan Big Ups
Light Graphite/Varsity Red-Black-White
Air Jordan Retro V.1
Jordan Flight TR ’97
Black/Varsity Red-Cement Grey-White
Jordan 1 Flight
Jordan 1 Flight
White/Black-Cement Grey-Varsity Red
Jordan City Air Max Trek
Cool Grey/Current Blue-White
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE BORDEAUX SPIZIKES, THE OLD ROYAL 10'S, THE WHITE CEMENT 4'S!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HELLO
LMAO WHY DO THEY EVEN WASTE THE $$ MAKING THESE??? <<< U KNOW HOW MANY MATERIALS, TIME, LABOR, PLANNING, DESIGNING, AND MONEY GETS WASTED ON MAKING/COMING UP WITH ALL THESE SHOES??? >>>> NOBODY BUYS THESE THINGS NOR WANTS THEM >>> WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY GOES INTO IT CONCENTRATE ON SHIT THE PEOPLE WANT, NOT THIS WACK SHIT NO1 WANTS
Why JB? why do you put out so much every year. These shoes probably cost more to produce and after they go on sale, sell for way less than the retros. I do not understand the economics on this one.
i hate people who buy these types of jordans and think they are super fresh just cause they are jordan or think these are just as good as the numbered jordans
Sneakernews................stop posting the garbage Jordan releases, we only care about retros baby baby!
With the resources they put into this nonsense that doesn't sell, they should have devoted that to making more concords