Each year, the Jordan brand releases a mix of classic and contemporary styles, drawing from a selection of silhouettes. With this in mind, the label prepares the new Air Jordan 11 shoe.
While the Air Jordan 2 and Air Jordan 1 overshadowed much of 2022, the Air Jordan 11 Low IE gets a decent look with a “Light Orewood Brown” hue.
The upcoming Air Jordan 11 Low IE is set to hit shelves on October 6, 2022. These pairs will ship via Nike’s online stores and other outlets. Each pair will cost you $185.
Nike Air Jordan 11 Low arrives in Light Orewood Brown with neutral Gray elements
One of the most important basketball shoes ever made is the Air Jordan 11. The 11th model in Michael Jordan’s legendary sneaker line is instantly identifiable by shoe admirers from all decades.
Michael Jordan came back strong with his blistering pace and his eyes firmly on goal. Before earning his fourth championship ring, Jordan won MVP, All-Star MVP, and Finals MVP titles.
The Air Jordan 11 added a touch of sophistication to MJ’s comeback. The sheen of glossy leather embodied a casual elegance while incorporating the functional quality of aerodynamics. Over the years, the catalog of the eleventh silhouette has been enriched with many new designs and color blockings.
The previous months of 2022 have seen a limited number of AJ 11 colorways, as the Jordan brand is selectively working on its eleventh silhouette this year. Only a few iterations, including “72-10,” Luka Doncic’s “Bold Red,” and “Cherry,” have surfaced on the internet. Whose cherry red rendering is reserved for the holiday season.
Uppers in this “Light Orewood Brown” color scheme feature an ideal blend of premium knitted textiles, nubuck, and genuine leathers. The eponymous soft brown shade is combined with “Neutral Grey”, “Cement Grey” and “White” to achieve a minimal white appearance. These white uppers are further complemented with light brown accents throughout.
Thanks to its breathability, the multiple textures of the upper give it a layered look. Interior linings here are made of soft gray textiles; similarly, the insole is topped with gray insoles stamped with Jumpman logos. Branded logos can also be seen on the pair’s crisp white tabs.
To complete the shoe, the white midsoles are grouped together with the soft gray and frosted outsoles. These midsoles are finished with the usual Air units covered on the heels.
Save the date for the next AJ11 Low IE “Light Orewood Brown” to be released soon, October 6, 2022. Nike’s SNKRS app and a few other select retailers will sell them for $185. Readers can even sign up on the brand’s website so they can shop the sneakers as soon as they launch.