The Jordan brand is releasing the first-ever self-lacing Air Jordans, using Nike Adapt lacing technology.
It’s 2020, and self-lacing sneakers are finally here. Maybe one day they’ll be affordable as well.
The Air Jordan 11 Adapt employs Nike Adapt lacing technology for the first time. The sneaker boasts a contrasting black and white upper, with a patent leather mudguard, infrared accents on the Jumpman logo, midsole lighting, and a translucent rubber outsole. This sneaker is fire.
The design is inspired by Tinker Hatfield and his original model sketches, which did feature a laceless design.
Jordan brand will be releasing the self-lacing Air Jordans on December 30, as part of the brand’s 25th anniversary. But be ready, they will cost you $500 retail… and so much more on the resale market.
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