Posted by , Mar 31, 2016 at 11:25am
This combination of white and red is ideal for summer stunting.

If you’re a sneakerhead, the summertime is basically primetime for you. All those icy soled kicks and fresh white mesh you’ve had tucked away in your closet can finally see the light of day once winter’s wretched weather passes. Jordan Brand is clearly in tune with this effect, because they’re bringing back the Air Jordan 11 Low Varsity Red just in time for the warmer months.

The shoes sport a white mesh upper with white lacing, offset by varsity red patent leather wrapping around the shoe. Interestingly, the shoe’s icy sole doesn’t have the blue tint that Jordan Brand introduced to try and cut down on yellowing. Maybe they heard the general sentiment that we’d rather have a truly clear icy sole that might yellow versus something bluish.

These kicks haven’t seen the light of day since they first released in 2001, which is a pretty long time considering how many times some other Air Jordan models have re-released since then. This colorway isn't even available on Flight Club, so you know it’ll be in high demand.

No release date or retail price has been announced yet, but it’s a safe bet that they’ll be in the ballpark of $190. Keep it locked here for more information.

The Air Jordan 11 Low "Varsity Red" Will Return This Summer

This combination of white and red is ideal for summer stunting.


If you’re a sneakerhead, the summertime is basically primetime for you. All those icy soled kicks and fresh white mesh you’ve had tucked away in your closet can finally see the light of day once winter’s wretched weather passes. Jordan Brand is clearly in tune with this effect, because they’re bringing back the Air Jordan 11 Low Varsity Red just in time for the warmer months.

The shoes sport a white mesh upper with white lacing, offset by varsity red patent leather wrapping around the shoe. Interestingly, the shoe’s icy sole doesn’t have the blue tint that Jordan Brand introduced to try and cut down on yellowing. Maybe they heard the general sentiment that we’d rather have a truly clear icy sole that might yellow versus something bluish.

These kicks haven’t seen the light of day since they first released in 2001, which is a pretty long time considering how many times some other Air Jordan models have re-released since then. This colorway isn't even available on Flight Club, so you know it’ll be in high demand.

No release date or retail price has been announced yet, but it’s a safe bet that they’ll be in the ballpark of $190. Keep it locked here for more information.

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