It’s not uncommon to see Jordan Brand reusing colorways. Their most iconic combinations — be it “Bred,” “Concord,” or the like — have all returned on silhouettes not their own. And here, the “DMP” colorway is doing the same by way of the Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low.
Black leathers polish into the mudguard for an almost mirror polish, shining unlike the much rougher mesh that outfits the shoe’s topline. The lining, laces, and eyestays are similar in texture, clashing well with the aforementioned and the gilding that dresses the lateral and Jumpman branding. Finally, underfoot the blacked out midsole, the nod to the DMP pack is completed by an icy blue finish.
Enjoy a look at these below. They’re sure to appear on Nike.com and select retailers soon.
In other news, the Air Jordan 3 Pine Green is releasing this weekend.