Air Jordan 11 Retro Gamma Blue

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

The Air Jordan 11 still remains the most popular silhouette from the long range of Air Jordan models. Every Christmas, Jordan Brand releases a new colorway of the iconic sneaker, and come this Saturday, the latest iteration will hit the retail scene with the release of the Air Jordan 11 Gamma Blue.

Perhaps the most anticipated sneaker launch of the year, the Air Jordan 11 Gamma Blue is sporting a mostly blacked out upper met with matching black patent leather mudguard, and black midsole. A translucent outsole wraps up the look down low, while a contrasting blue Jumpman logo on the heel provides a nice finishing touch. As we previously stated, this sneaker is slated for a December 21st release date. The shoe will retail for $185, and you can expect them to sell out instantly all across the country.

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