The Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low has emerged in a couple of original colorways since entering the mainstream consciousness in March. And while handfuls of other heritage-inspired styles are surely in the works, the modernized Air Jordan has indulged in a thematic “Urban Jungle Gym” aesthetic for its latest ensemble.
Inspired by the “Live Together, Play Together” campaign from 1992 envisioned by Spike Lee, the forthcoming pair borrows a number of details from the Nike Air Raid debuted in said commercial. White tumbled leather, rich green inner lining and all-black sole units work in-tandem to create a ’90s-appropriate color palette (which coincidentally resembles the Air Jordan 10 “Seattle”). Multi-color kente patterns animate the the sides of the tongue, nodding to the varsity jacket and shirt worn by Lee as he presented the Urban Jungle Gym 29 years ago. Branding on the sock-liner indulge in eye-catching makeups, with the “CMFT” on the right shoe’s both denoting the updated cushioning in the model and further harkening back to the Nike Basketball classic of decades past.
Elsewhere under the NIKE, Inc. umbrella, the Nike Air Max Pre-Day has recently launched in a handful of new styles.
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Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low "Urban Jungle Gym"
Release Date: 2021
Mens: $120 Style Code: CW0784-103