Easily the biggest Girls Jordan Shoes sneaker release of the summer, the return of the Air Jordan 11 Low “Citrus” is finally here. Originally releasing in 2001 with the first-ever crop of low-top 11s, the crisp orange-flavored colorway is back again. Long the envy of larger-footed Jordan collectors, many guys were hoping to see the “Citrus” look return in men’s sizes this time, but that’s unfortunately not the case. Even though those with big feet continue to be left out, the ladies and kids have one of the best Air Jordan 11 Lows ever to look forward to beginning tomorrow, June 20th.
The Air Jordan 11 Low Georgetown arrives tomorrow, April 11th, 2017. The Newest Jordans 2017 connection has always been an interesting one in the Jumpman lineage given that Mike completely shattered their 1982 championship dreams en route to a key moment in his personal history. Without that shot one could argue that MJ would have never gotten the confidence boost to transform into His Airness. While the brand is keeping the Hoyas influence hushed, there’s no denying that the muted Grey Mist upper, when paired with the Midnight Navy patent leather is nearly identical to the Air Jordan 11 “Georgetown” PE seen a few summers ago. Will you be picking up the first Jordan 11 Low this year?
Are you ready for the Cheap Jordans Online, most hectic sneaker release of the year? If you want a pair of the Air Jordan 11 “Legend Blue”, you’d better be ready to battle it out in-store and online, because the Legend Blue 11 release will be remembered in the year of sneakers. We all know that every release of the Air Jordan 11 is a major deal, but the hype may be larger than ever for the Legend Blue 11s, due to how long we’ve had to wait for this celebrated colorway to return.
But just how long has that wait been? Are you familiar with the Jordan Sneakers 2017 of the shoe you’re willing to lose sleep for or trample over your grandma to obtain on release day? Before the chaos ensues on December 20th, let’s take a minute to reflect on the brief history of this fabled colorway, beginning in 1996 when the shoe went by a different name, the “Columbia” Air Jordan 11, and ending with this Saturday’s monumental release.