The self-lacing Air Jordan 11 Adapt celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the Air Jordan 11 that will be releasing in December. The Air Jordan 11 Adapt "25th Anniversary" commemorates the iconic silhouette's quarter-century milestone by updating the shoe with Nike's groundbreaking power lacing technology. The design DNA of MJ's fourth championship sneaker remain intact, highlighted by an upper that blends semi-translucent textile with a white patent leather overlay. Underfoot, the midsole incorporates the Adapt panel to control the laces, while the shoe can also be controlled through the Nike Adapt app.
This holiday season, Buy The Sneaker will launch the Air Jordan 11 Adapt, an innovative take on Michael Jordan's iconic fourth championship sneaker equipped with power lacing hardware. Twenty-five years after original sketches of Tinker Hatfield’s Air Jordan 11 design illuminated his intent to make a laceless shoe, A predominantly "White" color scheme takes over both the upper and sole unit on the auto-lacing retro. Hits of "Black" and an "Infrared 23"-reminiscent tone, however, deliver stark contrast to the latest proposition in the Nike Adapt family, while nodding to the Air Jordan line's basketball heritage.
A few weeks ago, Jordan Release 2020 announced arguably one of the biggest shakeups to their retro offering ever since becoming a Nike sub-brand in 1997: the Air Jordan 11 Adapt. Introduced with the Nike MAG in 2016, Adapt technology has since been incorporated into a range of performance and lifestyle footwear, including the HyperAdapt, Adapt BB, Adapt Auto Max and Adapt Huarache. This colourway is modelled on early AJ11 sketches, which may not be immediately apparent to JB newcomers and old ‘heads alike. However, the ice sole, carbon detailing, and large Jumpman branding, among other details, should be a familiar sight. The implemented technology, controlled through Nike's Adapt app with a Jordan-flavored facelift, will allow the wearer of the Jordan 11 Adapt to not only personalize the fit and feel of the shoe, but even tweak the color scheme and flashing pattern of the button's lights.