TheDrop Jordanhas been unveiled thanks to @prozac4312. Teasing two versions, a sample and a release pair, both shoes feature the Ugly Christmas Sweater motif with a multicolor Flyknit upper with angry snowmen, gingerbread men and other christmas themed icons. The difference in the shoes comes from the swoosh on the vamp (green for sample, blue for release) and the outsole (red for the sample, blue for the retail pair). @theeJakejohnson, recieved the unreleasedAir Jordan 11 Win Like 96from Eastbay instead of the Re2pect Jeter Jordan 1s that he had originally purchased. Putting up the shoe on eBay today, he has it listed at a buy it now price of $10000. His justification for the price, aside from it being early, is that the shoes may never release. This is almost contradictory, since he recieved the shoes from Eastbay, and the shoes already have a targeted Feb. release date. As sneakerheads, we've all seen theButy Jordan Sklepbut it looks like the 2018 version will closely resemble the original model. The sneaker features a black, tumbled leather base complete with cement GRE, elephant print textured mudguard overlays, grey leather that hits the ankle collar and tongue, Fire Red accents hit the embroidered Jumpman logo at the tongue, while the tongue itself and forefoot lacing eyelets are outlined in Fire Red. A white midsole creates balance for the kicks while original Nike branding hit the heel and outsole of the sneaker. TheCheap Air Maxcould easily be considered one of the easiest Air Jordan retros to crossover into a lifestyle sneaker after the OG Air Jordan I. The Air Jordan III OG 'Black Cement' first made its professional hardwood appearance during MJ23's '87-88 MVP season during the NBA All-Star festivities held in Chicago in '88. Next year will mark the 30th anniversary of the original release of the kicks as they've been re-released in '94, '01, '08, and most recently in 2011. Now, seven years later we'll see a return of the real.