When the Air Jordan 2011 dropped, it was all about the new interchangable midsoles – are you quick or explosive on the court? The opportunity to customize between Air or Zoom Air gives added appeal to all sorts of basketball players. The newest style in the Air Jordan 2011 line-up is dubbed the “Blackout” edition.
Dwyane Wade first debuted the shoe against the Knicks at Madison Square Garden back on January 27th. While this colorway isn’t exactly “all black everything” as MSG frequent front row gazer Jay-Z rapped, they’re still sleek and monotone. The shoe features mostly black and dark charcoal on the upper (now patent leather instead of Patina, like earlier versions), midsole, heel and laces. A metallic silver outsole contrasts the rest of the sneaker and white highlights emphasize details like the Jumpman logo on the heel and tongue.
The “Blackout” Air Jordan 2011 is finally available at retail starting today at Jordan Brand accounts for $175.
Model: Air Jordan 2011
Color: Black/Dark Charcoal