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Air Jordan 11 Retro “Bred”: Release date, price and where to buy



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Rumour has it, these may just be the best-selling shoe release yet for Nike – find out how to get your hands on them.

If you're a die-hard sneaker fan, there's no doubt that a statement pair of Air Jordan 11 Retros are on your Christmas wishlist this year. Which style do we think belongs on the top of your list? Bred is making a come-back and this is everything you need to know.

Release date: 14 December. Keep in mind that this is a US release date. We're expecting to see the sneakers drop into Australian retailers a week or so later – fingers crossed it's before Christmas!

Price: Approximately $330

Where to shop: Nike is the official place to shop. It's not confirmed which stockists will also be offering the style, but our best bets are on JD Sports, Platypus Shoes and Hype DC.

This isn't the first release of Bred. It first dropped in 1996, when they were worn by Michael Jordan during the 1996 NBA Playoffs, helping him earn another championship and NBA Finals MVP. It was then followed by different iterations in 2001, 2008, 2012 and now 2019. The remastered silhouette is something we're totally obsessed with. Why is it so popular? The black, white and varsity red are a statement combination. The patent leather shoes scream luxury and we need them in our rotation immediately.

The sneaker will arrive in sizes for adults, big kids, little kids, pre-school and toddler size offerings. That way, the whole family can rock the Air Jordan 11 Retro in Bred.



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Keen to check out more sneaker news? You're in luck because here at Finder, we cover it all. If you need some glitter in your life, we're absolutely obsessed with the Air Jordan 11 Retro in Metallic Silver. You also need to check out the long-awaited and highly-anticipated adidas x Prada collaboration.

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