Jordan Brand has some big plans for the Air Jordan 11 Low in 2020, as it’s combining the beloved “Concord” and “Bred” colorways to create a new “White Bred.” Continuing the mixing of OG Air Jordan palettes recently seen on the Air Jordan 4 “What The,” the new look fuses two titans of the Air Jordan 11‘s lineage for the first time ever. It’s certainly a fitting blend: Michael Jordan wore the “Concord” during the ‘96 NBA Playoffs before securing his fourth NBA Championship in the “Bred.”
Uppers are almost entirely “Concord” in style, using a white ballistic mesh base, high-cut black patent leather mudguard and black trim. However there are a few alternate accents to be had, with red branded hits on the heel and throat replacing the standard white graphics. The white midsole simultaneously nods to both colorways, while a semi-translucent red outsole provides the hybrid design’s heaviest dose of “Bred” styling. A signature carbon fiber midfoot plate and heel/forefoot Zoom Air units finalize the look.
A fitting follow-up to the holiday season’s re-release of the Air Jordan 11 “Bred,” the Air Jordan 11 Low “White Bred” will arrive at retailers on April 25, 2020. The MSRP is set at $185 USD.