Air Jordan 11: “Space Jam” PE Cleats for Derek Jeter

February 12, 2014 BY / 0

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Now at what looks to be the close of his career, Derek Jeter has had some outstanding moments on the baseball diamond as a leader of the New York Yankees. Early on his playing days, Jeter inked a deal with Jordan Brand and we’ve been treated to seeing the Jumpman on a baseball field thanks to his accomplishments. Earlier in the week, Sneaker News previewed a rare Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” Cleats PE for number 2. And while most of the fame from the “Space Jams” comes from the actual film (Jordan wore these on a few occasions, namely Game 4 of the 1995 ECF) these are definitely a rare find. This rare PE cleat are currently on display as part of the Air Jordan collection, set up in Nike’s Michael Jordan building at their Headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon. Be sure to stick with us after the click to get a full rundown of images and thanks to Sneaker News and Zadehkicks for the find.

Source: Sneaker News/ Zadekicks

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