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The Air Jordan 11 Bred Is Back!

The Air Jordan 11 ‘Bred‘ is back! It is the same shoe that Michael Jordan wore during the 1996 NBA Playoffs. It helped catapult him into superstardom, earning him another championship and NBA Finals MVP. Now, the sneaker is back for the 2017 season.

Air Jordan 11 ‘Bred’

The Air Jordan 11 ‘Bred’ is one of Michael Jordan’s iconic signature shoes. The sneaker first appeared on his feet during the NBA Playoffs of 1996. This model has been re-released three times, first in 2001, then in 2008 and lastly in 2012. It is made of patent and full-grain leather with a carbon fiber shank for responsiveness and durability.

The Air Jordan 11 ‘Bred’ will release on Saturday, December 14, for $220 and is available in full family sizing. The sneaker will be available at select Jordan Brand stores and online. It will also come with its original style packaging, which will include the number ’23’ on the heel.

Ballistic nylon and patent leather construction

The Jordan 11 Bred is a classic colorway of the Air Jordan 11. It was first worn by Michael Jordan in the 1996 NBA Finals. The shoe is made from patent leather and ballistic nylon and features ribbons on the side and a striking red Jumpman logo. It also features a white midsole and red translucent outsole.

The Bred 11’s upper is made from a combination of patent leather and ballistic nylon mesh fabric. The heel is made of shiny patent leather. The Bred 11’s midsole features a white Phylon midsole that houses a full-length Air unit. The Bred 11 has two herringbone traction patterns on the outsole. A sturdy carbon fiber plate is also included on the outsole.

Mesh upper

The iconic “Bred” colorway of the Jordan 11 is back in style with this retro model. In addition to a mesh upper, the shoe features a patent leather midsole and a black lining. The original samples featured gold lace eyelets spelling out ‘Jordan.’ However, the design was changed when it was discovered that the metallic shade leaked into the white mesh base. These shoes were only available in a limited quantity, and cost over $200 USD before taxes.

The all-black Jordan 11 Bred features a mesh upper topped with premium patent leather. The tongue and mudguard were also covered in gold embroidery. The Jumpman logo on the upper was updated to a metallic Gym Red pendant. The patent leather mudguard had almost an iridescent finish, with speckles glinting and glittering when the light struck it. The white-on-white outsole also contrasted nicely with the black carbon fiber pattern on the shoe’s outer surface.

Embroidered Jordan logo on heel tab

When purchasing Jordan 11 Bred shoes, it is vital to know the difference between a fake and an authentic model. One of the easiest ways to tell the difference is to check the heel tab. The real one is thinner than the fake, with a curved wavy pattern on the top. The fake version, however, is much simpler and has a straight pattern.

Another way to spot a fake is to use a UV light. This method will highlight any stains or marks. The real thing will have a larger, clearer logo.

Restocking

The Air Jordan 11 Retro “Bred” has been restocked. Footaction and Nikestore have both confirmed that the sneakers will be available again on March 23rd. Since the Air Jordan 11 Bred was an extremely popular release during the Holidays, this restock is great news for anyone who was eager to purchase one. The first drop is expected to be at 8AM EST.

Fans will be able to enter to win a pair of the “Bred” at any of the four restock dates. The winner will be notified by phone on Friday, March 22.

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