Combining details from the Air Jordan 11 “Concord” and “Bred,” Jordan Brand‘s Air Jordan 11 Low “White Bred” serves up a new-yet-familiar summertime style. Originally teased at the tail end of 2019 and set to release in April — a drop that was pushed back, potentially due to the effects of the COVID-19 coronavirus — the “White Bred” has now received an official release date and a full set of photos.
Using leather in place of a standard ballistic mesh, uppers are dressed in white and offset by a stark black patent leather mudguard in true “Concord” style. However, “Bred” makes an appearance on the top half as well, thanks to red detailing on the throat and heel’s branded hits. Thick white laces tie everything together, and black trim around the collar offers more contrast.
“Bred” is front and center down below, with white EVA foam midsoles, vibrant, semi-translucent red outsoles and a signature carbon fiber plate under the arch. Michael Jordan fans both big and small will be able to partake as well: the “White Bred” will release in full family sizes.
Expect the Air Jordan 11 Low “White Bred” to hit Nike SNKRS China on May 22, then arrive at US stockists almost a month later on June 20. The MSRP is set at $185 USD.
For more summertime Jordan Brand sneakers, take a detailed look at the ultra-luxe Air Jordan 3 “Animal Instinct 2.0.”