Jordan Brand VP of Footwear David Schechter announced the decision that theJordan 11 GS Legend Blue is going back in the vault. He also stated that the Air Jordan 3 “Sport Blue” was the last colorway to drop, which debuted on August 16th, 2014.This news was announced at the end of August 2014 around the same time we got word of Jordan Brand launching their “Remastered” versions of several different Air Jordan Retro models – all in light of Michael Jordan’s disappointment in the production quality of his brand.Could you imagine how nice it would have been to see a “Remastered” Air Jordan 3 in 2015? How many of you will be missing the Jordan 11 Mens Legend Blue in 2015? Wouldn’t it have been nice to put the Air Jordan 1 in the vault instead of the Retro 3? But we all know that wouldn’t happen due to the silhouette being MJ’s favorite model.Last week we gave you a look at the incredibly rare Air Jordan 11 “Golden Eyelet” Sample from the Defining Moments Pack of 2006. Let’s take it a step further into the depths of rarified sneakers with this autographed pair of these unreleased AJ11s; this deadstock pair of Jordans here not only has the gold lettering on the lace eyelets, but also the signature of Michael Jordan himself.Not long ago, we saw Jordan Brand’s ‘White Ice’ Collection unveiled in Barcelona as part of Nike’s display for the FIBA World Cup. Although many of those kicks will never hit retail, there is hope that some similarly styled pairs could drop in the future. According the Baltimore Sneaker Show, you can add this ‘White/Metallic Silver’Jordan 6 Black Infrared to list of kicks to be remastered by Jordan Brand in 2015. The bleached out 5 was originally released 14 years ago, and 2015 would mark the 15th anniversary.