This Jordan 11 Low Iteration Sports Carbon Fiber In Place Of Patent Leather

More than a month ago, it was being rumored and speculated that the Air Jordan 11 would hit the shelves during the Holiday Season in a total of three different iterations. By now, Jordanheads are likely already aware that the Air Jordan 1172-10” is one of Jordan Brand’s Holiday 2015 releases. However, now it seems that another Air Jordan 11 rendition might make its retail debut on one of the Holiday Jordan release dates 2015.

air-jordan-11-low-carbon-fiber-1In the past, numerous customizers have modified and reconstructed both the high-top and low-top forms of the Air Jordan 11. They have even utilized other materials like carbon fiber in place of the trademark patent leather, which is a notable feature of the Air Jordan 11 Low. However, the “Carbon Fiber” rendition of the Air Jordan 11 Low seen here is an official colorway by Jordan Brand. Sneakerheads may not even know this but this Air Jordan 11 Low “Carbon Fiber” has been previewed in the past, but the revelation that it was sample left collectors will little hope of getting their hands on it. Luckily for them, they can once again look forward to copping this sneaker, now that new photos of the kicks have surfaced on the Internet.

The all-Black upper of this Air Jordan 11 Low “Carbon Fiber” with recent accents here and there adds a “Bred” appeal to this sneaker. Instead of featuring patent leather on the midfoot shank and mudguard, the glossy, shiny material has been replaced with much lighter carbon fiber. From the performance perspective, the addition of carbon fiber is quite praiseworthy, considering that any professional basketball player will be able to spring off the hardwood effortlessly while wearing these kicks.

air-jordan-11-low-carbon-fiber-3However, it must be kept in mind that the Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred” already arrived at retailers not so long ago and the motif of the Air Jordan 11 “72-10″ is quite similar to this “Carbon Fiber” rendition. So, the Air Jordan 11 Low “Carbon Fiber” might just turn out to be a sample that may never come into production and hit the shelves on one of the upcoming Jordan release dates 2015.

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