College packs make perfect sense for sneaker brands, especially for a ubiquitous brand such as New Jordans 2015 . At this point our only question is why they don’t release more. All players in the NBA are mandated to play college basketball at some level in order to enter the draft, not to mention Michael Jordan began his legacy in North Carolina. We’re only asking for more Retros with college appeal to them, and our prayers were finally answered. There has been speculation around this ‘Georgetown’ inspired Air Jordan 11 possibly releasing in the future, and has been confirmed for a 2015 release. This Air Jordan 11 incorporates the Georgetown blue around the patent leather on the silhouette with a suede cool grey upper. White laces match a white midsole similar to that of the Jordans 2015 ‘Cool Grey’. The translucent icy outsole almost makes it identical until we add this major detail that couldn’t be overlooked. Although the low top feature may be a dent in your high hopes for this original colorway it should still be enjoyed by some sneakerheads and especially for Georgetown fans. Enjoy the blueprint for this Retro and other Jordan 11 colorways that would make great releases in the gallery above.
The Air Jordan 13 will be returning in a few low-top versions this Summer 2015, that will include the Air Jordan 13 Low “Hornets” colorway.Today, we have a rare look at an Air Jordan 13 “Hornets” Sample that never made it the cut to release. This sample features a White tumbled leather, with Purple accents including the luxurious interior we recently seen released on the “Pantone” 11s. The shoe is finished with Teal accents on the tongue, mid-foot tag and outsole.How many of you would like to see this Air Jordan 13 “Hornets” Sample release this Holiday 2015? Would you rather have these over the lows we’ll be getting?
Taking a trip down the comic memory lane, Dank Customs reimagines the New Jordans with a nostalgic “Batman” makeup. Pulling from the Dark Knight’s past, these joints feature a black base with touches of grey, purple, university blue, and white filling in the rest of the model’s palette. Complete with 60’s-inspired Batman insignias and comic-like insoles, you can get a better look at Dank’s latest body of work after the jump. Share your thoughts on these joints in the comments section below, and keep checking with Nice Kicks for more custom kicks.