The Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred” is set to return for the first time in a decade, as reports have surfaced indicating that it’ll be touching down as part of Jordan Brand‘s summer 2025 release calendar. Though Michael Jordan mostly played in the original, high-top variation of the Air Jordan 11 — he debuted them during the 1995 NBA Playoffs — the Air Jordan 11 Low, specifically the “Bred” had its own moment in on-court sneaker lore, as Jordan donned a PE pair during game one of the 1996 NBA Finals against the Seattle SuperSonics.

It’s that pair that supposedly served as inspiration for this retro release — remember, the Air Jordan 11 Low didn’t debut until 2001, as the launch of the Air Jordan 11 was originally accompanied by the Air Jordan 11 Low IE, a model that boasted the same midsole as its high-top counterpart but a vastly different upper. How, exactly, this PE-inspired retro will differ from the previous Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred” release (2015, pictured above) has yet to be announced, but it’ll feature the shiny black patent leather mudguard, cherry-red outsole and midfoot carbon fiber shank that originally made it famous.

Stay tuned for further updates as they’re available, and, as mentioned, expect the Air Jordan 11 Low “Bred” to touch down as part of Jordan Brand’s summer 2025 Air Jordan retro lineup.

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