A Refreshing Two-Tone Mix Marks the Air Jordan 11 Low "Citrus"

Defined by its bright-colored soles.

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Continuing to look back at its past releases, Jordan Brand is now set to bring back the Air Jordan 11 Low “Citrus” in a women’s-exclusive.

Originally debuting in 2001, the colorway has been loved for its refreshing two-tone mix centered around bright-colored soles. The upper of the shoe features a white mesh/nylon base accented by matching patent leather accented by bold orange branding at the tongue and heel. The contrast pop is continued on the printed insoles and orange colored translucent rubber outsoles.

Priced at $185 USD, the Air Jordan 11 Low WMNS “Citrus” is set to release May 6.

For more footwear news, the Nike Dunk Low “Coast,” “Medium Grey” and “Hyper Cobalt” now have official US release dates.

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