If you want a pair of Jordan 11 72-10, you're going to have to roll yourself off the couch, put on some pants, and battle the Black Friday hordes. Dropping today (and mostly likely selling out today) nationwide, the re-released Air Jordan 11 was originally worn by his Airness in 1988, the season in which all he did was win the dunk title, Defensive Player of the Year, and league MVP. These swoosh-less Jordans sport the iconic elephant print and Jumpman logo, and were the first to feature the visible Nike Air units. Beside the Nike Air Yeezy 2’s, the Jordan 11 has seem to be on the heels of one of the most sought after basketball shoe of its line. Dated back to it’s original release to even it’s re-release, Jordan-mania has been insane amongst fans of the shoe both old and young. This week’s pick of the week is one of my all time favorites of the entire Jordan Line, the Air Jordan 11 “BREDS”. The New Jordans 11 is one of the most celebrated shoes in the entire history of Nike. In fact, it has more widespread appeal than even your typical hyped Nike shoe, thanks to its Back to the Future Part II tie-in. It also had one of the most unique launches we’ve ever seen from Nike.