Air Jordan 11 Retro Playoffs ‘Bred’ (2019) 378037-061
Style Code: 378037-061
Colorway: Black/White-Varsity Red
Retail Price: $220
Release Date: 12/14/2019
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Jordan Brand has decided to rekindle the fervor of Jordan enthusiasts by reintroducing the iconic Air Jordan 11 Retro Playoffs Bred 378037-061. These sneakers serve as a symbol of Michael Jordan’s triumphant return from retirement, a pivotal moment in his illustrious career when he led the Chicago Bulls to secure their fourth NBA title while earning the coveted 1996 Finals MVP accolade. Such historical significance has led to this colorway being retroed for the fourth time, a testament to its enduring appeal and unwavering popularity among fans and collectors alike.
The Air Jordan 11 Retro Playoffs Bred 378037-061 boasts an undeniably captivating design that effortlessly blends style and substance. Its black upper, adorned with lustrous patent leather overlays, exudes an air of sophistication and luxury, elevating it to the status of a fashion statement beyond the basketball court. The addition of striking red detailing further enhances its eye-catching appeal, drawing attention to every intricate detail.
To complement its dynamic appearance, the Jordan 11 Retro Bred 2019 sneaker features a red translucent outsole that not only adds a touch of flair but also symbolizes the fiery passion that Jordan brought to the game. The white midsole serves as a pristine canvas, perfectly balancing the bold color combination while also providing the necessary cushioning for optimal performance.
The “23” insignia on the heel serves as a poignant reminder of Jordan’s jersey number and iconic legacy, solidifying its place as a collectible piece of basketball history. With the Air Jordan 11 Black and Red shoes making its comeback, a new generation of fans gets the chance to revel in the greatness of Michael Jordan, a true legend who transcended the sport and left an indelible mark on basketball culture.