For years now, Jordan Brand has released at least one Air Jordan 11 in December, as part of their annual Holiday Collection, and this year will be no different. In fact, Jordan Brand has already confirmed that two brand new Air Jordan 11s will be releasing before the year is over.

But, that's not all.

A women's exclusive "Heiress" Air Jordan 11 is also on tap for later this month- rumors suggest the kicks will be releasing on Black Friday (November 24th) in sizes ranging up to a 10.5. The black-based 11s, which will retail for $220, feature gold branding as well as stingray accents in place of the traditional patent leather. 

Official images of the "Heiress" Air Jordan 11s still have not surfaced but you can check out the first look below.

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In addition to the newly unveiled "Heiress" Air Jordan 11, Jordan Brand will also be releasing a UNC-inspired "Win Like '82" 11 and another "Win Like '96" colorway which features an all-red build. The "Win Like '82" joint will be releasing on November 11th, the Bulls-inspired pair is scheduled to drop on December 9th. Both of those kicks will be available in full family sizes.

Still not satisfied?

Jordan Brand will also be releasing a premium "Bordeaux" Air Jordan 5 and a "Dark Grey" Air Jordan 12 which swaps the leather upper for suede and nods to the original “Taxi” colorway by featuring gold lace eyelets. 

On December 21st, the black and green "Altitude" Air Jordan 13 will be making its return to retailers for the first time since it debuted in 2005, and it will feature the all-leather OG construction. 

Rounding out Jordan Brand's Holiday Collection is the "Golden Harvest" and "Elemental Gold" lineup which includes Wheat renditions of the Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 6 and Air Jordan 13. Each of these kicks feature soft suede materials and monochromatic color schemes.

Take a look at the 2017 Holiday Collection in the link below.