This classic silhouette is self-explanatory, but for those who are unfamiliar, we'll break it down. Tinker Hatfield designed the Air Jordan 11 to push boundaries, featuring a carbon-fiber plate for unrivalled performance and patent leather for an unmatched level of elegance. The creative design appeared as MJ returned from his initial retirement, catching the attention of the rest of the league (and the shoe game). The look is now returned in a special make-up to commemorate the model's 25th anniversary.
The colorway is clothed in contrasting black and white tones, with a metallic Jumpman emblem and "23" symbol on the heel for added hardware. In honour of the shoe's namesake, similar embellishments along the lacing eyelets spell out "Jordan."