by Brandon Richard

It'd probably be a reach to say that Allen Iverson was equally as responsible for the Air Jordan 11's success as Michael Jordan, but he did play a large part.

On the verge of becoming the most popular player in the country, Iverson famously laced up the "Concord" 11 during his sophomore season with Georgetown. Though he stood below 6-feet, his world class athletic ability led to many poster-worthy highlights in the patent leather classic. And while the Jordan Brand never mentioned it, this year's "Georgetown" Air Jordan 11 Low release was likely inspired by Iverson as much as the school itself.

Turning up the dial on the Georgetown styling, sneaker customizer Mache recently unleashed his own version of the Hoyas' Jordan 11 Low, complete with a full kente cloth print upper. The print was added to Georgetown's uniforms prior to the 1994-1995 season.

Air Jordan 11 Low Georgetown Kente Cloth Custom
via Mache275