Mitchell & Ness

Release Date: December 19, 2015 (or is it the 12th?)
Price: $220

Commemorating the Chicago Bulls’ historic 1995-96 NBA season when they won a record 72 regular season games en route to their fourth championship, the Air Jordan 11 72-10 is this year’s Holiday Air Jordan 11 release. Featuring the usual glossy (perhaps glossier?) patent leather upper and translucent outsole, the 72-10 could easily pass for an OG colorway at first glance. However, replacing the ballistic mesh found on the upper of most 11s will be premium leather material, an embossed Jumpman on the back heel and the tag that mentions the Bulls’ accomplishment.

Latest News:

Is There A Change Of Release Date On The Air Jordan 11 72-10?

Top 10 Kicks To Watch For In December: Air Jordan 11 72-10, Nike Kyrie 2, Christmas Day Signature Kicks

Comparing The Men’s & GS Version Of Air Jordan 11 72-10

Will The Air Jordan 11 72-10 Be The Sneaker Of The Year?

More Beauty Shots Of The Air Jordan 11 72-10

Mistakes Were Made: My Love/Hate Relationship With The Air Jordan 11 72-10 In GIF Form

An Official Look At The Air Jordan 11 72-10


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Bounce (11/30/2015):

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Infant Size (11/16/2015):

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@realchickenwop (8/31/2015):

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News Archive:

#MJMondays: The Season That Inspired The Air Jordan 11 72-10 (Video) (11/23/2015)

Your Baby Will Be Able To Look Fresh In The Air Jordan 11 72-10 Too (11/16/2015)

Fun With NIKEiD DX: Applying The Air Jordan 11 72-10 Colorway On Other Kicks (11/16/2015)

Mitchell & Ness Is Going To Release A Michael Jordan Jersey To Go With The Air Jordan 11 72-10 (10/10/2015)

WeAreTheTrend Gives Us An On-Foot Look At Jordan Holiday ’15 (10/4/2015)

New Information Regarding The Air Jordan 11 72-10 (10/1/2015)

This Is What The Air Jordan 11 72-10 Looks Like In GS Sizes (8/31/2015)

Here’s A Look At The Packaging For The Air Jordan 11 72-10 (7/20/2015)

Author’s Takes:

Juan Martinez, Editor-In-Chief: It’s been a long time since I’ve been genuinely excited for an Air Jordan 11 Holiday release and the wait continues. It just feels like a “playing it safe” colorway. While I would definitely pick up a pair of these if I could get them at retail, I can’t say it’s a must-have for me like a pair of Space Jams or Cool Greys are. I also wish Jordan Brand would be a little bit more daring with their 11 drops, but I guess that’s what the summertime lows are for.