Air Jordan XI 'Cool Grey' Error?Our friends over at Sole Supremacy have one lucky repeat customer. This person ordered an early release pair of the Air Jordan XI ‘Cool Grey’ from a legit website that shall remain nameless, and look at the pair that they’ve received… notice anything different?

Now some might consider this an error in the manufacturing, personally I find this person to be extremely lucky. Everyone knows that the Jumpman logo on the left shoe was reversed during the release of the DMP VI/XI and have stayed that way ever since.

Is Jordan Brand going to throw out another ‘Easter egg’ with this AJXI release much like the 25 pairs of ‘Silver Anniversary’ XI’s or is this a 1 of 1? At this point know one knows, but one lucky person has the 2010 Air Jordan XI ‘Cool Grey’ the way they were meant to be… with the logos facing the toe box.

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  1. they could be fakes. look at the point on the back sole. the point on the right shoe is way off.

  2. ya'll will call it fakes until they come out in the stores looking exactly the same and then you'll feel like the asswipes that you are.

  3. all these ass holes saying these fakes they dont know shit homie u got a rare pair who ever got these to heck with all these clue less jordan collectors hahaha i laugh at ur asses

  4. Man I got a pair of 2010 cool Greta and the same thing happen. There real every thing checks out. Carbon fiber everything legit. Even took em took Nike an they came up in system. I was kinda tripping at first tho. There LEGIT. RARE

  5. I have a pair of cool greys on the left logo look funny just like that are they authentic or dirt