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Emerald Air Jordan 11 Low White/Emerald Rise-Black

2017-09-27
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Jordans 2017 will be releasing an all-new Air Jordan 11 Low for Easter 2018. For this release, the low-top Air Jordan 11 will come dressed in a White, Emerald Rise and Black color scheme. Dubbed the "Emerald" 11's, the shoe is inspired by Chris' birth stone, May 6th 1985. The shoe features an all emerald based upper that includes a shiny teal patent leather lower, sitting atop a white midsole and mint translucent outsole. Everyone loves them some Air Jordan 11s, and the most recent eye-catching Air Jordan 11 to surface was Chris Paul's Air Jordan 11 "Emerald" that was inspired by this birthstone.
New Jordans 2016, This Air Jordan 11 "Teal" dubbed "Emerald" was debuted earlier tonight by Chris Paul while attending Nike Basketball's The Academy event. When Chris Paul stepped onto the hardwood, he was laced up in a Mint-colored Air Jordan 11 iteration that Jordanheads have never seen before, which obviously means that it is a Player Exclusive pair. The sneaker that Chris Paul wore consists of an upper entirely dressed up in an Emerald- or Mint hue, with is glossy around the lower half of the sneaker due to the presence of the signature patent leather. The Air Jordan 11 "Emerald" is inspired by his birthstone, May 6th, 1985. The shoe features an all-Emerald based upper that includes a shiny Teal patent leather overlay, sitting atop a White midsole and Mint translucent outsole.
Cheap Jordans 2017, But how does it compare to Carmelo Anthony's Air Jordan 11 "Red" PE? Both pairs are completely dressed in either all-Emerald or all-Red, while Chris Paul's PE is built with a ballistic mesh tongue and Melo's has a similar build as the recent released "Pantone" Air Jordan 11. They sit atop a White midsole, while CP3's PE has an Emerald translucent outsole and Melo's keeps an icy translucent outsole. Owning a pair of exclusive J's must be glorifying. Seriously though, if you have a pair of J's that NOBODY else has then you've got to feel like a sneaker god. That's probably how Chris Paul felt the other night when he dropped the hammer on everybody by rocking a pair of custom Air Jordan XI's.