Derek Jeter, who served the longest tenure as a Jordan Brand athlete, retired recently, and Jordan Brand gave quite a farewell, with the release of a Jordan Jeter Collection. 23 is Back readers are quite right if they suspect that Jordan Brand will be putting forth a similar treatment when Carmelo Anthony when he reaches the peak of his career. For now, the professional basketball player and the sneaker brand have apparently been working on this Carmelo Anthony x Air Jordan 1, which will probably have one of the Jordan release dates 2015 associated with it.
Indeed, Carmelo Anthony is nowhere near to hanging his sneakers up once and for all. For 23isBack readers and Jordan heads everywhere else, this should be good news since they can keep on looking forward to new Jordan Brand sneakers like this black and gold Air Jordan I. Even though Carmelo Anthony is already a Jordan Brand athlete, Jordan brand is either collaborating with the basketball player or is releasing this new jordans as a tribute to him.
According to a source, the pair that can currently been seen in the latest photos of this Carmelo Anthony x Air Jordan I is actually a Look-See sample. However, sneaker heads should not feel disappointed since it is very likely that this sneaker will actually make its retail debut eventually, if not this year, then certainly in 23is back release dates 2015 at some point.
Apparently, as far as can be seen, the upper of this Air Jordan I sneaker seems to have been constructed of a combination of black leather and suede. The gold blocking, which is present all over the heel, on Carmelo’s branding on the tongue, on the outsole, Swoosh and toebox, looks quite beautiful.
Indeed, this Carmelo Anthony x Air Jordan I itself is quite beautiful and these photos probably do not do it enough justice. Unfortunately, 23 is Back readers will just have to keep on waiting since it is not even certain if a pair of this sneaker has even been sent out to Carmelo himself. As for a general release, one of the Jordan release dates 2015 can be expected to be attached to it.