Jordans 2017, Richard "Rip" Hamilton will forever be connected to the Detroit Pistons has he helped lead us to six straight Eastern Conference Finals appearances, back-to-back NBA Finals appearances, our best record in franchise history (64-18 in 2005-06) and the 2004 NBA Championship. Earlier tonight, Hamilton provided his Instagram followers with a first look at an Air Jordan 11 made exclusively for him a Detroit Pistons-inspired colorway. The mid-top is styled in blue mesh and leather, wrapped in white patent leather with red filling Jumpman embroidery.
The New Jordans 2016 athlete also received plenty of Air Jordan Player Exclusives during his time with the Pistons, and recently he shared this 1-of-1 Air Jordan 11 Detroit Pistons PE. Dressed in the Pistons' team colors, this Air Jordan 11 features a Blue mesh upper with a matching tumbled leather heel, a White patent leather mudguard, matching midsole, laces and inner liner finished with Red Jumpman branding and an icy translucent outsole.
Throughout his 14 years in the NBA, Hamilton wore some of the best Player Exclusives that Cheap Jordans 2017 had to offer. He even finished his career in the city where MJ became a legend. With Rip turning 37, enjoy a look back at more than 10 years of his Air Jordan PEs. The Air Jordans numbered series has come a long way since it originally released as a Nike Basketball shoe. On the way to the top, it transcended the shoe industry as well as the game itself. The company continues to keep old fans, all the while drawing in new ones. The combination of their new releases and retroing of classic colorways from the AJ numbered series has created a formula for success that is unmatched.
New Jordans 2018, The Air Jordan 11 was the eleventh shoe in the historic line of Jordans. The Jordan 11 was designed by legendary footwear designer Tinker Hatfield and was on the feet of Michael Jordan during the historic 72-10 season in 1995-96. The Air Jordan 11 is one of the most loved sneakers out there to date. Released in 1996, the shoe brought success to Jordan's returning career to basketball winning MVP award twice for the regular season. Before being moved to Detroit in 2002, Hamilton spent three seasons with the Washington Wizards. There, he was a protege of Michael Jordan, who had come out of retirement for a brief stint in DC blue. As teammates, Jordan and Hamilton formed a friendship, which led to his addition to Team Jordan.