The 11 is one of those models that, regardless of hue, looks great or at the very least decent. The shoe itself is a lighter grey (nearly off-white) with red accents all around. The traditional black inner lining will be used on this Jordan 11, but the addition of red piping between the ballistic mesh and heel panel is anything from standard.
It genuinely looks good on the foot. Red piping surrounds the Jumpman emblem, the midsole is Sail, and the outsole is milky opaque. The most surprising aspect of this variant is the absence of its most significant component, the patent leather mudguard. Instead, a suede-like finish is chosen, which complements the relaxed appearance.
This material is absolutely exceptional since Sail mesh is used on the upper and Platinum Tint is utilized on the patent leather on the overlay. However, it appears to be the same as the prior model. The patent leather isn’t as tough as it might be if it were a little thicker, but it’s comparable to the Air Jordan 11 Retro in that the materials worked well together. It does, however, look stylish with a dash of crimson. White shoes, on the other hand, have not been as simple to keep clean as typical.
I don’t believe the ventilation is really excellent. Although the material is permeable, it is visibly less ventilated than, say, the Air Jordan 6, which I still feel has the best ventilation in the whole series. The shoe, on the other hand, is fashionable and should be worn in the winter.
Concerning the supporting cast, I believe it is outstanding. The Carbon Fiber provides a lot of support to the whole base of the foot, not just the arch, and the general fit offers you the extra reassurance you want or need, as well as the material.
In terms of traction, it was comparable to the preceding generation. The transparent traction is used, and the carbon Fiber is seen. The translucent pieces, on the other hand, are wonderful and sticky straight out of the box, which may be good or bad depending on the circumstances of the case. However, I played on well-kept courts as well as debris-strewn floors, and the Air Jordan 11 performed brilliantly in both situations.
The cushioning is fantastic. Because of the lightweight Phylon and full-length Air unit, the cushion is robust and performs admirably.
Overall, they look and feel great, and they function well. I was hoping that the quality wouldn’t influence my opinion of their performance, and it hasn’t. It’s one of my favorite pairs of sneakers to this day.
Get all eyes on you with these unique Air Jordan 11 Platinum Tint shirts in red and white colorways. Your sneaker outfit will be elevated with these trendy shirts.