528895-106 Air Jordan 11 Low "Columbia" White/University Blue
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Tue Jun 26, 2018 8:23 am
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Nike Air Jordan Sneakers,“Columbia Blue” happens to be one of the two official school colors of Columbia University, the other being white.Any sneaker who studies at or has visited the University of Miami will likely be aware that SoleFly situated just south of it. Back in the 19th century, the Philolexian Society and Peithologian Society were two literary societies that were the core of the university’s student life.The Grand Opening of the store took place back in July 2010, and currently, Carlos Prieto and Daniel Hidalgo are its partial owners. The Columbia Blue hue was originally drawn from the Philolexian Society. Columbia University’s Office of University Publications defines Columbia Blue as Pantone 290, but the hue used by Columbia Athletics is is slightly darker version of Columbia Blue defined as Pantone 292. Jordan Brand has often used “Columbia Blue” on their sneakers and this year it will be appearing over the Air Jordan 11 Low.As many sneakerheads probably remember, the SoleFly x Air Jordan 3 “Lotto” was an extremely limited sneaker.However, it does not seem like any other pairs of this Air Jordan 3 “Lotto” sample and golf shoes exists, nor does it seem that these will be hitting the shelves any time soon.
Nike Air Jordan Shoes,air-jordan-11-low-columbia-2There is actually already an OG “Columbia” colorway of the regular Air Jordan 11 model that Jordan Brand had dropped back in February 1996 and it had originally retailed at a price of $125. Today, SoleFly has many different top tier accounts, and just about every sneakerhead from across the globe knows about the store and has shopped there. The Air Jordan 11 “Columbia” was a predominantly all-White sneaker with clean ballistic nylon uppers with matching plain White-colored yet glossy patent leather mudguards.Moreover, SoleFly has close ties with Jordna Brand since Carlos is Michael Jordan’s brother-in-law. The sneaker was also equipped with carbon fiber sheaths, carbon fiber spring plates, Huarache inner sleeves and a quick lace system.Recently, SoleFly unveiled a sample version of the Air Jordan 3 “Lotto” from 2014 and matching Air Jordan 3 “Lotto” Golf Shoes. The colorway’s signature “Columbia Blue” hue after which it is nicknamed appeared merely over its icy translucent Air soles.This collaborative, retro colorway of the Air Jordan 3 was inspired by the Florida Lottery.