Before the Air Jordans 2016, basketball shoes were mostly just white with maybe a colored stripe on the side. Before the Air Jordan, basketball shoes didn't change much from year to year. Before the Air Jordan, consumers didn't wait in lines to pick up the latest pair. Because of the Chicago Bulls colors, black and red (which sneakerheads have since shortened to "Bred") were always popular colors for the Air Jordan. While there have probably been more colorways of the Air Jordan 1 than any other model, it's hard not to go with the original, which looks as good today as when it launched in 1985. All you have to do to witness the enduring power of the shoes, is to go to any sneaker store on any Saturday and you'll find kids, many of whom weren't even born when Jordan played his final NBA game thirsting over the latest Air Jordan release.
Newest Jordans 2016 have always worked well when a black upper is set off with a pop of bright color. It's the case with the "Tour Yellow" 4's and it's the case with these 12's. You wouldn't think that a shade of blue that seems concocted in an energy drink test lab would work on a sneaker, but in the case of the "Gamma Blue" on the 12 it does. Nike's Infrared color, which more like a really red orange, has been used on new Air Jordans in the past, most notably as an accent color on the AJ6. But seeing it utilized so boldly in the 29 was very cool, especially with the more subtle elephant print around the midsole. We haven't seen many colorways of the newest Air Jordan model yet since it just came out. But the University Blue looks great on the shoe, especially around the toe, where it provides a sky-like backdrop for the Jumpman logo.
Michael Jordan has always had a love of fast cars and one of his Ferraris served as the design inspiration behind the Air Jordan 14. Cheap Jordans 2016, So it's only right that the connection between the sneaker and the Italian auto manufacturer be cemented with the iconic red and yellow. The carbon fiber styling around the midsole ties the whole supercar theme together. It is a announcement Jordan enthusiasts awaited for several years, the Air Jordan 11 Space Jam will be retroed in 2016 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the cult movie released in 1996. Worn for the first time on NBA court by Michael Jordan during the 1995 playoff against the Orlando Magic, the 11 Space Jam was later made famous in the movie Space Jam before being released for the first time in December 2000, then again in 2009, initiating the practice to release a Jordan 11 iteration each year end. With its mesh and black patent leather upper, the Air Jordan 11 Space Jam displays a royal blue Jumpman logo embroidered on the side. We find the inscriptions "Jordan Jumpman" on the tongue and some 2000 samples used the text "Space Jam" instead.