Air Jordan has launched plenty of iconic silhouettes, maybe none more so than the Air Jordan 11. Jumpman’s release of three of the most well-received colorways from their series of 11’s have been record-sellers for not only the brand, but the entire Nike company.
The “Space Jam” and “Concord” releases have already generated success and now there is word that the “Bred” sneakers are headed back to the market next holiday season.
The Space Jam colorway set a Nike record in 2016 as the highest-selling shoe in company history. This Saturday, the Concords are expected to best that number upon re-release.
The Bred colorway has a classic Chicago Bulls look and it is expected to come with an updated feel. Their new remastered construction will feature a higher cut on the patent leather mudguard.
In an ode to Jordan’s return to the court in 1995, the #45 will also be emblazoned on the heel instead of the #23. There are no official looks or set release date, but these kicks are expected to retail for $220 when they drop in 2019.