Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred”
Color:Black/Varsity Red White
Release Date:May 23, 2015
Sneaker News is practically buzzing with excitement as Nike releases the Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred”. This Sneaker Finder was originally released in the year 1996 and is an exclusive for Michael Jordan player. But now, you can have it in celebration of Air Jordan’s 30 years in the industry.
Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred” Design
The whole body of the Bred is done in black with red accents at the edge of the mouth. The tongue, shoelaces, as well as eyelets are all done in basic black, thus providing a clean and undisturbed flow to the color. The shoelaces are circular instead of flat, which should reduce the frustration when tying up these kicks before a game. The trim features a more distinctive black design, somewhat glossy extending all the way to the heel.
To balance the black, the sole is done in a very clean white with the outsole being a smooth translucent red. On top of the heel is the unmistakable red Jump Man logo with the number 23 stitched right above the icon.
The inside is also done in black, the icon appearing right where your heels are placed when wearing the shoes. The bottom is a classic ridged design with the Jump Man which is seen through the translucent layer of red. Stylish ridges along the side of the outsole are also visible, but not something you can automatically see from the design.
Comfort and Durability
When it comes to comfort, the Air Jordan is unbeatable, thus providing a soft cushioning support that will keep you going throughout the day. As a sports shoe, you just know that the Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred” is meant for long term abuse and can withstand the pressure of daily and insistent use.
Light on your feet, the Bred is available in different sizes and follows the standard Nike measurement system. If you have had Nike models before, then finding one with a perfect fit should not be a problem.
Buy Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred”
You can purchase the Bred design this May 23, 2015. Available in all Jordan Brand stores, this particular design would be sold for $170 which is the typical price for all Remastered Jordan shoes today. With the Jordan release date set still a few weeks away, you should be able to decide right now if this is the model that you want. Currently, there are no reports whether the Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred” will have a GS version available for fans.