Clothsurgeon Reinvents the Jordan 11-Inspired "Space Jam" Varsity Jacket

Clothsurgeon Reinvents the Jordan 11-Inspired "Space Jam" Varsity JacketImages via Clothsurgeon

In 1996 Michael Jordan brushed up on some acting skills and starred opposite all the iconic Looney Toons characters for the movie Space Jam. Following the movie release, a special colorway of his Air Jordan XI sneakers was designed.

But have you ever wondered what the shoe would look like as a jacket? Well, Clothsurgeon has the answer.

Rav Matharu, the brand's designer, reworked a special Space Jam varsity jacket inspired by the Jordan XIs. The original jacket was given to Rasha Ringo Smith of Tumblin Dice, co-executive producer of Space Jam's soundtrack, by Jordan himself in 1996. 

Familiar features, inspired by the iconic kicks, include patent leather welt pockets, side seam tapes, and zig-zag ribbing. The exterior colorway takes on the black, white, and blue colors of the shoe. Open up the jacket and you get a nice surprise: digitally printed lining of images from the movie. Look even further and you will find a hidden pocket on the sleeve lined with an image of Jordan. 

The jacket isn't for sale, which is too bad, because it's dope. Bravo, Matharu.  


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