The Air Jordan 18 is set to return next month in a Chicago Bulls inspired "Red Suede" colorway, similar to the popular "Toro" theme that was used on the iconic Air Jordan 5 "Raging Bull" Pack. 

While the red and black colorway is a staple of Michael Jordan's signature line, the Air Jordan 18 has never been released in this "Red Suede" colorway, due to the fact that Jordan was playing for the Washington Wizards when this sneaker made it's debut back in 2003.

As the name suggests, the special edition kicks are built on a red suede which covers the entire upper, including the removable shroud covering the lacing system. Hits of black can be seen on the shroud, as well as the midsole, inner lining and portions of the heel. Chrome lace tips and a translucent complete the look.

The Air Jordan 18s certainly aren't for everyone but if you're feeling the look of this "Red Suede" joint you can cop a pair tomorrow, April 7th for the retail price of $225.

Click here to see more of Jordan Brand's April sneaker releases, including the "Shadow" Air Jordan 1.