We have been previewing the upcoming Girls Jordans 11 Low “Georgetown” for the last few weeks, and now we have a few more images of this special colorway. This edition of the Air Jordan 11 comes outfitted in Grey Mist, White and Navy and is finished off with a translucent sole.The Air Jordan Low “Georgetown” is paying homage to the classic match ups between North Carolina and Georgetown, which is where Michael Jordan hit his famous shot against the Georgetown Hoyas in 1982.
This summer, Jordan Brand is breaking out the Jordan 6 GS bred in PE form straight from Mike’s 1996 Championship Parade. While that colorway will probably garner the most attention, these Georgetown 11 Lows are another enticing offering for the hottest of months. The Jordan 6 GS Low takes the Hoyas color scheme to task by outfitting the cordura mesh upper with a Grey Mist while the signature patent leather gets hit with a Midnight Navy to perfectly coincide with an icy outsole. It’s a pair that a college-aged Allen Iverson would be more than happy to wear on-court. No word yet on a release date for this pair, but you can expect them to arrive sometime this summer.
It is no secret that the ‘Stealth’ Air Jordan 20 is set for a comeback. But did you know that Jordan Brand is altering its look?Originally released in 2005, this original colorway of the Jordan XX is considered the best of the series, and one of the most liked over the past decade. It’s sleek black upper with subtle red and black accents made them an instant classic. But when they return in March, peoples’ perspective might change a bit.The re-release has been spotted with a new look. Gone is the all black laser printed midfoot strap. This time around, the print is accented in gold, making it pop a lot more, and less subtle than its predecessor. Another GS Jordans 2015 alteration is the nubuck/patent leather combination on the upper, instead it will now be made up of leather and patent leather.