Jordan 11 Retro Jubilee 25th Anniversary
|Category:||Air Jordan 11|
|Year of release:||2020|
About Jordan 11 Retro Playoffs Bred
The Jordan 11 Bred has to be one of the most iconic Air Jordan 11 colors. It was first worn by Michael Jordan during the 1996 NBA playoffs, helping him to stardom, earning him another championship and NBA Finals MVP. The Jordan 11 Retro Playoffs in the iconic Black and Red colorway, the "Bred" features a ballistic nylon and patent leather construction that has definitely stood the test of time. A series of ribbons along the side form the model's iconic shape, while the back is embroidered with a striking red Jumpman. Also at the heel you'll find the iconic number "23". When the "Bred" was originally designed in the 90s, Tinker Hatfield actually placed a "45" instead, but then finally dropped the number. Subsequently, "23" was used - a number that literally defined Michael Jordan's career. The high-cut construction gives the sneakers additional support and stability, and the bottom features the signature Nike Air outsole, lined with bright red rubber.
About the brand
The famous 1984 merger of Michael Jordan and Nike, ushered in a new era of sneaker culture, introducing the shoe Air Jordan 1. The legendary basketball player's sneakers became a hit not only on the court, but off it as well. Almost everyone knew the Jordans, they became an essential piece of every streetwear shoe closet and are currently experiencing a huge boom. You'll find Air Jordans in many silhouettes in our range. In addition to the most popular Air Jordan 1 in High, Mid and Low, we have plenty of other retro models.
Leather - there's no better material for shoes than leather. It's breathable, soft, and easily conforms to the shape of your foot.
Nylon - Nylon's main advantage is its high durability. Despite its strong and hard to damage surface, this material is very light and pleasant to the touch.
Rubber - thanks to its elasticity, it brings comfort when walking. Suitable for all weather conditions. Easy to maintain.