March 10, 2014 BY Brendan Dunne / 23 c
All sneakerheads need is a passing glance at the new Jordan Future to be able to recognize the Air Jordan XI DNA therein. Yes the sneaker borrows the bottoms from Tinker’s AJ 11 masterpiece, but how much borrowing does it do in terms of colorways? This new photo set attempts to make some correlations by comparing the Air Jordan 11 “Bred” to the upcoming black/infrared version of the Future and the Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” to the glow in the dark version. Do you think the comparison is fair? Let us know after you browse the side-by-side shots with us after the break and remember that the Jordan Future is launching this weekend.
Damn! someone has been telling SN to REALLY push these Jordan Future.
Notice how the price is nowhere to be seen. That is what really should be emphasized here. Then people would be turned off. Bad for business I guess.
I don't understand the "future" part. I mean, this is just pure laziness if you ask me. The sole from a retro 11, and then a woven upper from a nike free or flyknit?
The difference is that the sole on the future in more solid in color while the 11's are much more transculent
Not a bad shoe, just would never see myself dropping $185 for it. Things are about to heat up sneaker wise and these unfortunately didn't make my cut. However, if they feel just half as comfortable as they look JB could be on to something.
Nice shoe to do everyday stuff in please don't try to do customs or nothing crazy though people just keep it as much as a lifestyle shoe as possible!
@Nikes_Jordans_ word for word what I was thinking