By Christy R Mathew
Almost every Air Jordan 11 hue, both original and current, has already appeared on the Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low.
This updated version of the 1996 all-time classic has received excellent feedback among casual Jordan wearers, thanks in part to the nostalgic hues.
Jordan Brand has now combined two of the most memorable Jordan 11s into one.
The Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low featured here combines the legendary "Concord" — as seen by the piano black patent leather and frosty outsole — with the "Bred" — as seen by the black/red heel section.
Together, they create an excellent colorway that embodies the brilliance of MJ and the Bulls, while the huge Jumpman on the tongue leaves no doubt about the brand partnership.
The question is how these would appear as an Air Jordan 11.
This release is now available at the shops listed below and will be available shortly on Nike.com.
In true AJ11 news, the Air Jordan 11 "Navy" will be released during the Holiday 2022 season.