The last Air Jordan 11 release was the “Navy Snakeskin,” defined by its scaly blue mudguard. The silhouette has returned with yet another reptilian iteration, this time, in python. Dubbed “Light Bone,” the sneaker is graced with a smooth white upper that’s equipped with ripstop lace cages. The python-inspired mudguard appears on the lighter side of tones with ashy black and grey accents interspersed throughout. Below it lies its thick Phylon midsole that reinforces the semi-translucent outsole that sits under it. Other details include red branding at the tongue and insole that nods to the heritage of Jordan Brand.
The Air Jordan 11 Low “Light Bone” drops on May 18 on Nike’s website and select Jordan Brand retailers for $185 USD.