August 16th, 2015 by Yale Schalk / 0
What’s to say about the Air Jordan 11 “Bred” that hasn’t already been rhapsodized on repeat the last 20 years? It’s perhaps the greatest colorway of arguably the greatest sneaker ever created. The shoe that Michael Jordan wore throughout the 1996 playoffs en route to his fourth ring. Forever the object of many a sneakerhead’s desire. This is an original specimen, with tags showing a November 1, 1995 production date, and the details are the stuff of fawning – thick cut patent leather, Jumpman logos mirroring the forward direction of their respective uppers, the boot shape, the wedge toe, genuine carbon fiber, Nike Air on the insoles (this was pre-1997 Jordan Brand inception).
In the history of the world there’s only been four Bred 11 Mid releases – 1996, 2001, 2008, 2012. And if we could all have our way, they’d be back tomorrow and the 364 after that. Have you rocked your Bred 11s lately or planning to scour eBay for just the right pair? Drop us a line in the comments and tag your photos with #jordansdaily. Find more stills of this OG below and stay tuned for the next Daily Jordan.
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