The Air Jordan 11 Low "72-10" is Releasing Next Month

Celebrating the Chicago Bulls’ 1995-96 NBA Championship season where Michael Jordan won season MVP.

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Back in 2015, Jordan Brand released the Air Jordan 11 “72-10” to celebrate the Chicago Bulls‘ 1995-96 NBA Championship season where Michael Jordan won season MVP. Following early images, we now have an official look at the upcoming Air Jordan 11 Low “72-10” take, once again highlighting the monumental season.

The upcoming release is centered around a mix of “Black/Gym Red/White/Sail,” the uppers are constructed of black tumbled leather with matching overlays of suede and patent leather. Aside from the black “23” branding at the rear, additional branding comes in the form of bright red Jumpman motifs at the tongue and on the insoles. Elevating the shoe are white midsoles with translucent white outsoles.

The Air Jordan 11 Low “72-10” also comes complete with “Inspired by the most historic season led by the greatest player ever” marked tags on the back of the tongue and a special shoebox.

Price at $190 USD, the Air Jordan 11 Low “72-10” is now set to release May 14.

For more footwear news, take an official look at the Air Jordan 1 Low “Homage.”

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