Release Date: November 11, 2017
SHOP: Air Jordan 11 Win Like ’82 — Available NOW on Kixify
Where To Buy Online?
Buy on Nike.com – 10AM EST / November 11, 2017
Buy on Foot Locker – 10AM EST / November 11, 2017
Buy on Eastbay – 10AM EST / November 11, 2017
Buy on Finish Line – 10AM EST / November 11, 2017
Buy on Champs Sports – 10AM EST / November 11, 2017
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As a tribute to his alma mater, MJ famously wore his collegiate practice shorts under his professional uniform. The Air Jordan 11 Win Like ‘82 celebrates this ritual by featuring a White ballistic nylon mesh and leather upper accented by the University Blue Jumpman and Midnight Navy patent leather that ties back to his alternate practice short colorway. Additional Midnight Navy detailing is spotted on the, inner liner, heel, and the branding on the tongue. While the Jumpman on the ankle and tongue are done in University Blue to complete the UNC connection.
Update (10/13/2017): Jordan Brand did an Air Jordan 11 Win Like ‘82 surprise drop via SNKRS at around 9 p.m. EST. + The UNC men’s basketball team also were the shoe when they hung their 2017 National Championship banner alongside the ‘82 banner during “Late Night with Roy”
Update (10/11/2017): The Air Jordan 11 Win Like ‘82 is officially introduced as apart of the Jordan Brand Holiday ’17 Collection
Update (9/7/2017): It is being reported that the Air Jordan 11 Midnight Navy/UNC will now be releasing on November 11th. No more Black Friday release date.
Update (6/20/2017): It is being reported that the Air Jordan 11 Midnight Navy is inspired the University of North Carolina, Michael Jordan’a alma mater, the shoe will also be known as the Air Jordan 11 UNC
Update (5/7/2017): The first images of the Air Jordan 11 Midnight Navy has been leaked.
Sneaker Politics (11/10/2017)
Trophy Room (11/10/2017)
City Blue (11/7/2017)
Late Night with Roy Event (10/14/2017)
Official Images in Full family sizing (10/11/2017)
h/t: SBD (7/31/20717)
h/t: SBD (6/6/2017)
Photoshop by Jayzrdead (4/28/2017)
Juan Carrillo, Editor: I dig it. I’d like it even more if the Blue on the Jumpman ends up being the same shade as the Blue on the mudguard. In my opinion, the Jumpman done in that Light Blue seems a bit out of place. Aside from that, the shoe looks great!