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Jordan Future – Detailed Look + Release Info

The Jordan Future pairs the legendary court-classic Air Jordan XI with all-new upper to create an interesting new lifestyle model set to release next month.

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Anyone following this year’s festivities in New Orleans saw a sneaker game that was as high-scoring as the action on the court. The provocative silhouette of the Jordan Future generated considerable buzz among the new styles showing up on elite feet.

Paying tribute to the symbiotic relationship between the court and the street, the Jordan Future blends one of the brand’s most iconic designs with a one-piece woven upper to create an entirely new look. The result is audacious, designed to provoke the continued evolution of the Jordan Brand’s off-court lineup.

With a carbon fiber plate and full-length air outsole, the Jordan Future offers lightweight comfort and cushioning. Enhancing the minimalist nature of the shoe, the deconstructed upper foregoes a heel counter and toe enforcer. The asymmetrical lacing reduces pressure across the top of the foot, while the suede interior and ankle collar enhance comfort.

Although the shoe features overt design elements with minimal branding, there are some subtle inclusions that make it a standout. Reflective threading amplifies the woven construction by catching available light with surprise reflectivity, and waxed laces with gold lace tips add to the sophistication.

On March 15, the Jordan Future will debut in two color ways: Infrared and Glow. Both feature a black woven upper with reflective accents and a semi-translucent outsole either in the iconic infrared or glow-in-the dark color. The Jordan Future will be available for $185 at Flight 23 in New York City and select retail stores nationwide.

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Via Nike Inc.

  1. Carbon fiber is known to be expensive and used for its rigidity attributes for performance. Things like that on an off court shoe doesn’t make sense to me. It’s like you can’t use it, but you’re going to pay for it anyways. I suppose JB is taking the hint of people who buy their Jordans for casual purposes. I hoop in all of my basketball shoes unless they let me down and they fall out of rotation.

    1. What are you talking about? Mostly all the shoes from Jordan Brand are for basketball (excluding cleats)
      This shoe is BASKETBALL SPECIFIC. The carbon fiber is not useless on this shoe. Have you not read articles regarding this shoe? the upper is supposedly a futuristic construction in which it performs better on court. Common sense.

  2. I personally like these shoes. The style and the combination of both on/off court look, it’s just “out of the box” type of appearance. A LOT and I mean A LOT of people will call these ugly or ugliest looking Jordan ever.. then again, those people will buy it anyway.

    I concluded this to be the Roshe Run type of shoe in Jordan Brand. They look hella comfy from pictures alone; hopefully they release these in the Philippines. I’d love to be one of the few to rock it here.


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