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UNC Debut Air Jordan 11 “Win Like Mike 82”

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That amazing time of the year is finally upon us and no I’m not talking about Thanksgiving or Christmas although those are great holidays, but it’s fourth quarter! Fourth quarter is that madness time of the year when we get some of hottest and flyest sneaker releases of the year. With each yearly fourth quarter Jordan Brand has made it a trend to release an Air Jordan 11 each year, but they gotta switch it up and this year they finally did. 

This year Jordan Brand will be releasing two new Air Jordan 11 models instead of just one to try and take over the market once again. The first of the two release will be the Air Jordan 11 “Win like Mike 82”. This model pays homage to Jordan’s iconic legacy at UNC and his smelly trend of always wearing his college practice shorts under his uniform each night. (hopefully he washed them) The model feature white mesh, a leather upper, classic midnight navy patent leather, and iced off with a university blue Jumpman. During the Late Night with Roy celebration, the reigning NCAA National Basketball Champions of North Carolina were spotted rocking the model along with a classic UNC shorts designed by the legend himself Don C. Jordan gifted each Tar Heel player with a pair in celebration of their stellar championship season.

Fans have been waiting for a Jordan model like this but with the decline in the sneaker market it’s hard to determine whether these will sit or sell out. Most sneakerheads are placing their bets on this model sitting, but hypebeast drool always kicks in during the holidays. Check out the stellar Nike images below, and look for this pair to release this weekend November 11th.

*images by Nike.inc and Late Night with Roy

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Bio- Charles Gross is a Junior student at Bowie State Univeristy and huge sneaker lover from the Washington D.C area. Sneakers and fashion have always been his first love and telling the public about them is what he loves to do. Writing became an early love of his during high school and he continues his dream to be a top fashion writer.

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