Dribble Media is here to provide sneakerheads with the Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low Review.
Responding to the plea of the public, Jordan Brand released the CMFT version of the Air Jordan 11 earlier this year. The question now is whether this sneaker can satisfy everyone’s expectations.
Months after Jordan Brand reintroduced the CMFT line, the Jumpan team has made another release of the CMFT line. This time, the iteration was made through the iconic Air Jordan 11.
You may start to wonder why the term “re-introduced” was used considering that the Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT was just released. Well, a lot may be unaware of this, but Jordan Brand initially released a CMFT line way back in 2011. That CMFT pair is more known as the Jordan CMFT Max Air 12.
The Jordan CMFT Max Air 12 was a nod to the Jumpman team’s very own Air Jordan 12. While the CMFT line could be a potential talk of the town in 2011 given its reputation of comfortability, the line did not age well since enthusiasts looked for something similar from the source of inspiration.
Almost a decade has passed when Jordan Brand pumped up sneakerheads with the introduction of the Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT. Not only that this version of the Air Jordan 1 is very comfortable, but it also almost looks the same as the OG.
With every collector’s hopes at the ceiling with the massive release of a variety of colorways of the Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT, everyone turned their attention to the recently-released CMFT version of the Air Jordan 11.
To know whether this CMFT iteration is worth a thumbs-up, read Dribble Media’s review on the Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low.
Let’s be honest. We all hoped that the Jordan Brand did the same to the Air Jordan 11 CMFT as what they did with the Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT. However, everybody’s excitement was suddenly extinguished like when you pour water on fire.
From an aesthetics standpoint, it’s very evident that the pair is miles away from the original style of the Air Jordan 11. The only angle that it somehow looks the same is on the top view.
On the other hand, the toe box gives off shadows of the Air Jordan 11. But aside from these, the pair may seem like a regular lifestyle sneaker built with the touch of Air Jordan 11.
Its appearance alone is enough to make a lot of collectors disappointed since there are almost no similarities at all from the OG. But at the end of the day, it will still boil down to one’s preference.
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2 thoughts on “Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low Review”
I have to disagree with the aesthetics section of this article as the 11 low CMFTs highly resemble the OGs. From the obvious patent leather toe cap to the webbing lace shoelace eyelets. The midsole is very similar and the 1/4 rear panel side Jumpman logo is there too. Collectors LOVE this model, that’s why it’s basically sold out in every size and color scheme. Very popular model and certain color schemes are going for $100s over retail right now. But yea the style is very close and highly resembles the OG 11s. This is a low top version so keep that in mind too but it’s obvious an 11 when look at the shoe, it screams 11 to me.
I have to disagree with the esthetics I bought a pair and they look very similar to my regular 11s