Before the Golden State Warriors broke the NBA regular season record of 73 wins in 2016, the Chicago Bulls owned the mark for twenty years.
Led by Michael Jordan, the Bulls recorded a 72-10 record in 1996. MJ wore the Air Jordan 11 throughout that historic season, playing in the legendary “Concord” for the regular season and the “Bred” for the playoffs and the Finals.
The iconic Jordan 11 was made of patent leather and carbon fiber. The sneaker itself changed how sneakers were created and produced, much like the Jordan sneaker all-around. The sneaker could be worn both on and off the court.
The 11 returns on December 9, as is tradition every December showcasing the new “Win Like ’96” red shoe, paying tribute to Jordan’s Bulls and that incredible 72-10 accomplishment.
The 11’s famous patent leather and its mesh upper are both all-red while its white midsole transition into a translucent icy outsole.
Sneaker enthusiasts are already rocking the sneaker. Most people are not expecting it to be as hot a release than the Space Jam 11s, which were released last year but the originality and slick look will make this a hot shoe.