The Air Jordan 11 Low "Easter" Will Release This Month

Don’t be fooled, the patent leather is emerald green, not black.

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Following up leaked photos of Nike’s reimagined Air Force 1 “Easter,” the Swoosh’s Jordan Brand joins in on the holiday fun, revealing its own colorful sneaker. Here, the Air Jordan 1 Low appears in what seems like a traditional black and white “concord” color combo, however, as you can see below, the patent leather features a dark emerald green hue. Additionally, Nike’s “Tiffany” shade appears on the heel, tongue and insole.

Priced at $175 USD, the Air Jordan 11 Low “Easter” will hit Nike and Jordan Brand stockists on March 31, the day before Easter.

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