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What color is in legend blue Jordans?

What color is in legend blue Jordans?

The Air Jordan 11 Low Legend Blue features an all-white upper constructed of smooth leather and patent leather. Jumpman and “23” insignias are displayed on the back of the ankle. A white midsole, and an “icy” translucent outsole completes the design.

How can you tell if Nike shoes are real?

Every pair of authentic Nike shoes comes with an SKU number that is identical to the SKU number on their box. If the numbers are missing or do not match, they are likely fakes. Check the tongue label. Often, fake Nike manufacturers put outdated sizing labels on the inside of the shoe.

When did the Jordan 11 Retro legend blue come out?

Air Jordan 11 Legend Blue will release on December 20, 2014 with a retail price of $200. It is inspired by the original “Columbia” colorway of the Air Jordan 11 that debuted in 1996. This sneaker release is considered to be one of the most popular of the year.

Are the Air Jordan 11 and Air Jordan XI authentic?

In fact, the authentic Air Jordan XI sneakers have their text coloured as white, while the fake Jordan 11’s are coloured blue instead, and that’s something that you’ll never see on an authentic Jordan 11 pair.

How to spot a fake Air Jordan XI bred?

In the real vs fake Air Jordan XI Bred image above, we have pointed out how, on the fake Jordans, the text is different. In fact, the counterfeit Air Jordan 11 sneakers have their print that’s placed behind the shoelaces coloured differently than the authentic ones.

How to tell if Air Jordan 11 are real or fake?

On the other hand, the legit Air Jordan 11 sneakers have their left arm looking on the same thickness all over it. Lastly here, on the left and right Jumpman’s shoelaces, you can see how the authentic sneakers have the stitching which makes the laces looking longer and more obvious than the stitching on the fake sneakers.

What is the “toe box” on Air Jordan XI?

Basically, what we call “toe box” is the area in which your toes fit inside the sneakers. Most of the time, the fake toe box area on the Jordan XI sneakers is either too big (over-inflated) or too small. It is visible in the fake vs real Air Jordan XI image above how, on the fake sneakers, the toe box area looks overinflated.