The Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” is one of the more well respected Air Jordan 11 release of all-time. Jordan Brand will be celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Space Jam with a re-release of the classic Air Jordan 11 that was originally debuted by Michael Jordan in the film back in 1996.
20 years later, the “Space Jam” Air Jordan 11 will be receiving a remastered original makeover similar to what Michael Jordan wore in the movie of its traditional all-Black mesh and patent leather upper. Other details include a Concord Jumpman, stitched ’45’ on the back heel (not ’23), White midsole and a translucent outsole, along with the Jumpman/Jordan inscribed on the tongue tab.
Air Jordan 11 Space Jam 2016 Release Date
The Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” will release as a remastered version during the holiday season launching on December 23rd, 2016 at select Jordan Brand retail stores. The retail price tag is set at $220 USD.
Stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for further release updates as they develop on the return of “Space Jam” Air Jordan 11 for its 20th Anniversary.
Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam”
December 23, 2016
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UPDATE: According to sources, the retail version of the 2016 Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” will include the number 45 stitched on the back heels instead of the traditional 23. Below are teaser images via Swish Suppy, My Sole and Publish Your Kicks. Stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for more updates.
UPDATE: Here is another preview look via @solespeed4image at the “Space Jam” Air Jordan 11 that offers a first look at the patent leather and what to expect from the outsole.
UPDATE: Early preview images via @zsneakerheads of what this year’s “Space Jam” Air Jordan 11 will look like. Some key notes is the Concord accents and the stitched number ’23’ that was seen on Michael Jordan’s original PE. Stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for more updates.
UPDATE: According to @_P02345, Jordan Brand will be making the 20th Anniversary Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” more similar to the original pair Michael Jordan wore in the movie. One of the main differences will be a Concord Jumpman rather than the Royal Blue that we’re custom to seeing.
(Images below are not the 2016 retail release)