Originally making its debut back in 1996, this Air Jordan 11 Low IE will now be getting a retail release next month.
If this Air Jordan 11 Low IE looks kind of familiar to you that’s because Chris Paul just wore it a couple of days ago for the Team USA mini-camp in Vegas. This Air Jordan 11 Low IE was said to be worn by NBA referees back in 1996 because they were only allowed to wear all black kicks during the season. That’s where the nickname “Referee” comes from. Dressed in a full Black upper, we can see that this Air Jordan 11 uses a combination of leather and suede throughout with True Red detailing appearing on the carbon fiber plate, the Jumpman on the tongue and the outsole.
At the moment the Air Jordan 11 Low IE “Referee” is expected to release on September 26th for $170. Is this a cop or a drop?
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All of the colorways that I’ve seen of the Air Jordan 11 Low IE make me not like the silhouette. I’m still waiting for Jordan Brand to release something that will change my mind about this shoe.