Jordan Brand Adds "Light Orewood Brown" to the Air Jordan 11 Low IE

After celebrating its 25th anniversary last year, the silhouette makes its retail return.

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Jordan Brand has a deep catalog of silhouettes that it taps into each year as it balances the release of looks both old and new. While much of 2022 has been dominated by the Air Jordan 2 and Air Jordan 1, the Air Jordan 11 Low IE is being offered another chance to shine with a “Light Orewood Brown” colorway on the way. This release follows 2021’s celebration of 25 years of the Air Jordan 11 Low IE with a new colorway hitting the model.

In “Light Orewood Brown,” the aforementioned soft brown hue combines with “Neutral Grey,” “Cement Grey,” and “White” to create a mostly white look that is complemented by its light brown shades. Various materials cover the upper, creating a layered look with its ventilation. The iconic Air Jordan 11 sole unit returns with a white midsole and semi-translucent grey outsole to complete this tasteful look.

Look for the Air Jordan 11 Low IE to hit shelves October 6 via Nike and select retailers at a price of $185 USD. In the meantime, take an official look at the pair above and keep an eye out for more Air Jordan 11 Low IE colorways to come.

Elsewhere in the world of footwear, a detailed look at the Air Jordan 1 High “Gorge Green” has surfaced ahead of its fall release.

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