The Greatest of All Time is coming back and BAITwill be there for his return. It’s been almost ten years since we’ve seen Michael Jordan on the basketball court, but Enterbay’s hyperrealistic 1/6 figure will make it seem like we’re still watching the G.O.A.T. in his heyday. The limited-edition figurine from Enterbay’s “Real Masterpiece” collection captures Jordan in his iconic #23 Chicago Bulls uniform, along with three famous shoes from different eras of his Bulls career: the Air Jordan II, Air Jordan X “Steel Grey,” and Air Jordan XI “Concord.”
The museum-like representation of Jordan utilizes a revised headsculpt and newly developed multi-layer paint application for photorealistic detail. The height is based on Jordan’s actual height, making the figure stand closer to 13” tall rather than the traditional 12”. The figure also includes 30 points of articulation around its body, five interchangeable hands (two with magnets to hold the replica basketball), an adjustable Chicago Bulls figure stand, on-court gear, and a replica of his 1995-96 Most Valuable Player trophy.
The highly anticipated figure is available for pre-order NOW at BAITme.com. Each pre-order will ship with a BAIT-exclusive wooden, laser-engraved Air Jordan XI hangtag.
Over the years I've created video's or hw to spot a fake website and have created blog posts on the topic as well. I feel the questions never stop coming in and to be honest that's a good thing. I know the sneaker culture is growing every day and I'm sure when people find they have a passion for kicks they want to gather as much information as possible. With that all said I'm going to start posting tips, nothing to crazy just short tips to help people learn what questions to ask before they spend.
Tip 1: The Price Point. When you hit up a website and see a wide selection of Air Jordan's that you can't find the shoes on FootLocker.com, Nike.com or Eastbay.com etc that means they sold out at retail which is usually around $170. So if they sell out at the retail price that means the resale value is only going to be higher. Simple supply and demand, once the supply is gone the demand is higher and the prices go up. So when you see a site with EVERY Jordan for less than retail you have to think "is this to good to be true?" Most cases it is.
Example you want the Air Jordan XI and you know it's resale value is well over $300, you've looked every where and can't find it for less. All of the sudden you hit a website that has a full size run of every colorway of the Air Jordan XI for $115. As much as you want to smile and say "These are a steal I'm copping." Understand they are a steal but it's the otherway around, the fake website is about to steal from you.
It's not that I'm saying a site can't have a sale here or there but when you see EVERY Air Jordan for like $115 you really have to back out of that site and never return. Not to mention Air Jordan XI's haven't been on "sale" since 1995/1996.