It was about time FastPass took the Air Jordan 11 to the chopping block. Now, the team has deconstructed the Air Jordan 11 Retro ‘Win Like ’82’.
Originally released in 1995, the Air Jordan 11 is without a doubt one of the most recognizable sneakers ever. It is elegant, designed for basketball, and timeless.
Now, we’ve got a look inside of the 2017 Air Jordan 11 releases and everything seems to be in order (i.e no missing tech). Additionally, due to the large production numbers, pairs on the secondary resale market are hovering right around retail price.
The Air Jordan 11 uses a thick insole, a layer of EVA, and a full-length Air sole unit for cushioning. The Air unit is thicker at the heel (10.17mm) than at the forefoot (7.48mm), and it is embedded within in the midsole so it will take time to break in.
A thin carbon fiber support plate runs 3/4 length beneath the midsole and peeks through the translucent outsole. It should provide torsional support and rigidity.
You can learn more about the sneaker by checking out Nightwing2303’s Air Jordan 11 Performance Review below.
Let us know if you noticed anything of note in the Air Jordan 11 deconstructed.