After 20 years, the Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” gets a remastered finish. The shoe will feature a similar design with its traditional all-Black mesh and patent leather upper, as well as a ’45’ on the heel. The Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” was originally worn by Michael Jordan in the 1995 NBA Playoffs, and later in the 1996 movie titled Space Jam. They first released to the public on December 13th, 2000 for $125, and later on December 23rd, 2009 for $175.
AIR JORDAN 11 SPACE JAM RELEASE DATE
The 2016 Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” is set to release in its remastered version on December 10th, 2016 at select Jordan Brand retail stores. The retail price is set at $220.
Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam”
December 10, 2016
In order to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Space Jam, Jordan Brand and Warner Bros teamed up to create a special edition Looney Tunes Air Jordan 11 Space Jam 2016 Packaging for this holiday season. The packaging comes in a Looney Tunes and Bugs Bunny theme throughout the three layer box set. It also includes a Space Jam theme under the box cover graphic, as well as the number ’45’ seen on the wrapping paper and on the inner section of the box. To finish off the look there is also a dot pattern ‘XI’ on the plastic cover, and a graphic of both Bugs Bunny’s and The Monsters’ arms wrapping around each-other to create the number 23.
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