Revisiting the 2015 Air Jordan 11 “72-10,” which celebrates the 1995-96 NBA Championship where Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls achieved a 72-10 season record, Jordan Brand is releasing an Air Jordan 11 Low iteration.
Staying true to the original sneaker, the silhouette boasts both a black leather upper and tongue paired with black suede material on the eyelets and heels. However, the traditionally stitched Jumpman logo is swapped for a gym red metallic Jumpman. The inside tongue tag reads, “Inspired by the most historic season led by the greatest player ever.” Elsewhere, the glossy patent leather mudguard sits atop a white midsole, with a translucent outsole rounding the sneaker out.
Retailing at $190 USD, the Air Jordan 11 Low “72-10” is slated to release on May 14th via Jordan and partnering retailers.
Elsewhere in sneakers, the Nike Dunk Low “Jackie Robinson” celebrates the 75th anniversary of the iconic baseball player.