The silhouette, which debuted at retail in 2001, nods to two of the Jordan 11’s most iconic colorways. Uppers are divided between “White” and “Black” à la “Concord” from 1996, with the latter claiming the model’s signature patent leather mudguard. Unlike their muse’s original arrangement, however, branding across tomorrow’s pair is transplanted from the model’s “Bred” iteration. Underfoot, semi-translucent outsoles also indulge in “University Red”, and are the most direct tribute to the Chicago Bulls-friendly Air Jordan release. While news of tomorrow’s hybrid had some enthusiasts calling for each colorway’s individual retro, the low-top Jordan 11 is undisputedly perfect for summer.