Cement Grey accents this AJ 11 Low.
When you think of the the Air Jordan 11, you immediately think of its iconic patent leather detailing. The two go together like peas and carrots. Over the past 20+ years since the Air Jordan 11 was first retroed, we have seen it get a few makeovers, from snakeskin, to velvet, even suede, nubuck, and stingray. While some of these AJ 11 iterations we're well received, others suffered different fates, often hated on for the material change. For Summer 2023, we will all be tested once more as Jordan Brand is trading in patent leather for elephant print on an all-new Air Jordan 11 Retro Low.
The Air Jordan 11 Retro Low "Elephant" edition draws inspiration from the iconic print first seen on the Air Jordan 3 in 1988. Coming in a UNC-like white, cement grey, and university blue, the white-based upper of this AJ 11 Low is paired with cement grey elephant print in place of traditional patent leather. Small hits of university blue can be found via the Jumpman branding throughout, while an icy blue translucent outsole rounds thing out for this pair.
In a twist of events, the elephant print-inspired AJ 11 Low will have an entirely different look. New leaked images have surfaced of the Air Jordan 11 Retro Low with traditional patent leather replacing the elephant print originally set for the design. The pair now features a white-based mesh upper with cement grey patent leather, a university blue-colored Jumpman logo on the tongue stripe, and a full icy blue translucent outsole.
The Air Jordan 11 Retro Low Cement Grey is set to release in Summer 2023. It will drop at Nike, via the SNKRS app, and at select Jordan Brand retailers worldwide, both in-store and online. Coming in full-family sizing, retail is set at $190, $150, $90, and $70, respectively. Check out our Jordan release calendar, and keep it locked to our Twitter and Mobile App to stay up to date on future releases.
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