Air Jordan Future Low Black/University Red-White

Less than a month after the silhouette’s debut and Jordan Brand’s ubiquitous Chicago Bulls-inspired

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Less than a month after the silhouette’s debut and Jordan Brand’s ubiquitous Chicago Bulls-inspired “Bred” colorway is already making its way to the low-top edition of the Air Jordan 11-esque Future. Sporting an official colorway of Black/University Red-White, the sleek design sports a black woven upper and asymmetrical lacing as red accents peek out of the interior of the shoe. Finished with a white midsole and matching rubber outsole, the “Bred” take on the Air Jordan Future Low is available now via Titolo.

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