The Air Jordan Future made a lot of noise in the sneaker community when they were first spotted over All-Star Weekend in New Orleans. The brand new silhouette from Jordan Brand pays tribute to the symbiotic relationship between the court and the street, blending features from the iconic design of the Air Jordan 11. The Air Jordan Future was created in an entirely new look that was covered in a one-piece woven upper that sits atop an Air Jordan 11 sole.
When the Air Jordan Future first debuted they drew a lot of anticipation due to the comparison of the Air Jordan 11. But it seemed as when Jordan Brand started to release them in pretty much every color tone possible, they lost some demand from customers – not to mention those newer more premium pairs that retail for $375 USD.
So now we ask, was the Air Jordan Future a failure? Did it hurt sales when the shoe became available in all those colorways? Cast your vote below and leave your thoughts in the comments section.