Other than that surprise Air Jordan 3 “Sport Blue” release earlier today, perhaps the most coveted Jordan silhouette to debut so far this year (aside from the recent Air Jordan 7 “Hare”), will be the Air Jordan 11 Low “BRED” or “True Red” tomorrow.
With its most recent appearance being in 2001, as retro edition of the original 1996 model, this variation however, as suggested, is a low-top rendition. While this has disappointed quite a few in the sneaker community, its iconic palette remains intact. Overall sporting a classic Black upper constructed of breathable ballistic nylon and patent leather encompassing along the lower half of its base, tonal matte leather accents are implemented at the heel tab.
In addition to being reinterpreted in a low-cut profile, the silhouette’s defining True Red hue now graces the inner lining (absent on the 1996 & 2001 mode), as well as its outsole. All sandwiched in between a crisp White midsole unit to round out its distinct build, you can find the Air Jordan 11 Low “BRED” aka “True Red” at Jordan Brand and Nike accounts tomorrow, May 23.
Full family sizing will be available as well, with GS, PS and TD listed for $120, $75 and $55 respectively.
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