In 2015, Michael Jordan has made more money selling sneakers than he did in the combined 15 years he spent playing basketball. That’s pretty shocking until you consider the fact that the colorways his line of Nike’s have been pumping out are absolute fire. Case in point: the Air Jordan 11 IE Low.

This particular pair makes its mark by making use of crocodile skin along its upper and playing off other elements of the shoe. The pair gets a gum outsole, which plays very well into the color of the croc skin. The black leather beneath it really enhances the overall contrast. A white midsole is also found wrapping itself around the perimeter until you get to the pop of red carbon fiber inserted for support.

If you want to help Mike earn a few more bands this fiscal year, you can do so on Sept. 19 by checking out retailers like Kicks USA, where they’ll run you $170 before taxes.

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