August 1, 2015 BY Yale Schalk / 0
These have popped up here and there over the years but still cool every time. It’s a Fall 1996 sample of the Air Jordan 11 Low IE “Referee,” a blacked out version intended to qualify for the typically nondescript shoes that basketball referees wear. Only these are anything but faceless, bland kicks – there’s a lot of style happening here between the stealthy blackout look and just enough red accenting on the Jumpman logos, carbon fiber shank, and herringbone traction. Enough to warrant a release by Jordan Brand? A question to ponder for sure, but until we see these at retail at some point, this worn size 11 pair is available now on eBay for a cool $1,300. More Daily Jordan to come.
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