The sneaker gods have been generous this week as two strong silhouettes make a return to the playing field. Jordan Brand is delivering on one of the most iconic AJ11 colorways, with the return of the Chicago Bulls-themed Air Jordan 11 Retro “Bred “, while adidas is rolling out the latest eccentric YEEZY 350 colorway in the adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Yeezreel.” On StockX, these shoes are going fast. The “Breds” have currently amassed 8,276 sales trading at 22.7% over MSRP, while the Yeezys are selling at an average price of $333 and trading at a whopping 40.5% over MSRP.
Jumpman’s legacy sees a titan return in the 2019 Air Jordan 11 “Bred.” The pair takes design hits from the original 2001 release and previous releases in 2008 and 2012. The sneakers represent a pivotal time in Michael Jordan’s career, debuting in the playoffs the year Jordan came back from retirement and won his fourth title with the Bulls. He was also crowned the 1996 Finals MVP that same year. This Jordan 11 features a black upper with shiny patent leather overlays and red detailing, along with a red translucent outsole, white midsole and “23” insignia on the heel to complete the sneaker.
As for the latest iteration of Kanye West’s most popular YEEZY footwear model, the adidas YEEZY BOOST 250 V2 “Yeezreel” is donned in a two-toned, newly engineered Primeknit upper. Accenting the upper is a woven, post-dyed monofilament side stripe and a full-length BOOST midsole, polished off with a translucent rubber cover and a matching rubber outsole.
Head over to StockX now to cop the Air Jordan 11 “Bred” and the adidas YEEZY BOOST 250 V2 “Yeezreel.” The lowest ask for the “Breds” is currently $261 USD and the lowest ask for the Yeezys is $274 USD.