Thus far, Jordan release dates 2014 point towards the fact that blue-colored Air Jordans have had quite a good year. Near the end of April, Jordan Brand retrod the “Powder Blue” colorway of Jordan 10 in a decade and approximately $35 million were racked up by it in sales. Jordan 11 is the next sneaker in the Air Jordan lineage, but it not rumored to be released in a “Powder” colorway. Instead, Jordan 11 is rumored to be released in its cousin colorway “Pantone.”
Originally, Jordan 11 “Pantone” was just a sample colorway, spotted on Usher’s Instagram. The American dancer and singer received a pair of this unreleased new jordans as a birthday gift from Mark Smith and Tinker Hatfield. According to a source, Jordan Brand’s end-of-year rollout is actually going to include Jordan 11 “Pantone.”
23 is Back readers must be aware of the fact that ever since 2009, every holiday season has marked the release of an Air Jordan 11 pair. Undisclosed sources have revealed thatJordan 11 “Pantone” will arrive at the end of this year as a quick strike release. It is not just Jordan 11 “Pantone” but all the “Pantone” colorways of Jordans 1 through 23 that have never been released before, all of which sport an almost completely Power Blue upper.
Complete with a clear bottom, a Power Blue upper and a white midsole, Jordan 11 “Pantone” definitely has the potential to become a high sought-after pair by the end of this year. While release rumors of this “Pantone” colorway ofJordan 11 all point towards one of the end of the year Jordan release dates 2014, 23 is Back has a doubt. The name of this pair was also seen on the “leaked list” of 2015 Jordan releases, so if not this year, then perhaps it may be released next year for sure.