MICHAEL Jordan continued his tradition of unveiling unreleased colorways for his popular line of signature shoes.
According to a report from Sneaker News, the basketball Hall of Famer opened his annual Flight School Camp wearing a pair of Air Jordan XI Lows with a bright crimson upper topping a gum outsole, a variation of a Navy/Gum model that was released this year.
In what has become an established custom, the Jordan Brand CEO debuts new colorways and combinations during the course of his two-week long basketball camp.
As a global icon, whatever Jordan wears is subject to the scrutiny of sneakerheads everywhere. Endorsers that include Chris Paul also make an appearance at the camp wearing exclusive Player Edition (PEs) models bearing the distinctive Jumpan logo.
Judging by past releases, the shoes that the six-time NBA champion reveals are made available in retail where they are considered by both performance and lifestyle footwear aficionados.