Nike Air Jordan Shoes should be quite apparent that this year’s remastered edition of this classic and iconic sneaker will once again be dressed up in the same combination of Black and Red as the original.For spring and summer, this clean and simple colorway of the Air Jordan 11 Low, which is actually an “Heiress” iteration, is quite fitting.The sneaker’s uppers are also made up of premium leather. This Air Jordan 11 Low GG “Heiress” will reportedly retail at a price of $130 on May 25th, 2017. Along with featuring the “Nike Air” branding, it seems that this year’s version will resemble the 2011 variation because of the “X” accent that will apparently be present over the heels.Considering that Jordan Brand is bringing this iconic sneaker in celebration of the U.S. Labor Day 2016, so sneakerheads can likely guess that this sneaker will not arrive at retailers any time soon.
Nike Air Jordan Sneakers,If avid sneakerheads are really well-versed when it comes to Jordan releases, they will know that as summertime nears, Jordan Brand starts dropping the Air Jordan 11 in its low-top form.Most recently, this year also marked the return of another very iconic Bred-themed Air Jordan that Michael Jordan rocked on the court during a historic victory despite suffering flu-like symptoms, which is the Air Jordan 12 “Flu Game.” Sneakerheads already know that the Air Jordan 11 Low “Barons” and “UNC” are scheduled to join Air Jordan releases 2017 in the coming months, but apparently this GS-exclusive iteration will be among them too.Of course, it should be obvious that the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Bred” tops that list. The photo seen above is actually a rendering, not of the actual sneaker.After all, the sneaker has a reputation for getting banned from the NBA. However, it can be expected to look somewhat like that, with clean White uppers and a Pure Platinum hue appearing over its glossy, patent leather mudguards and translucent outsoles.