A look ahead to the release of the Air Jordan 11 Cherry

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If you are tapped into the world of shoes, you may know that Sneakerheads eagerly anticipate the holiday season for one common reason. Although Air Jordan 11 lows and the occasional women’s Air Jordan high release throughout the year, every december, a single pair of Air Jordan 11’s are released in the run-up to Christmas. Its release is looked forward to throughout the year, and the quantities of pairs made for the annual Air Jordan 11 release reflect that. Back in 2015, SportsScanInfo reported over a million pairs of Air Jordan 11’s were sold that December, so you can comfortably predict with the growth of the sneaker market over the last few years, that the stock count for this year’s Air Jordan 11 Cherry model is likely to also be at least 7-figures.

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2023’s Air Jordan 11 colourway features a red patent leather, with a white mesh around the top of the upper. The phylon midsole comes in white, with red detailing on the carbon fibre shank plate present on the medial arch. Lastly, the outsole is made from a translucent rubber, and white and red branding is present around the Sneaker.

The Cherry colourway was most famous for its usage on an OG model of the Air Jordan 12, released back in 1997, which worked in Jordan’s Chicago Bulls red and white colours, with a splash of black on the lining. The colourway returned once again on the Air Jordan 13 in 1998, and subsequent retroes of both models have kept the colourway’s relevance ticking over. However, that is not to say that the colourway doesn’t have any history with the Air Jordan 11. Although not an original Air Jordan 11 high release from 1986, the Cherry colourway debuted on the lowcut version of the model back in 2001, cementing its place in the history of the sneaker, and justifying the upcoming release’s surrounding pandemonium.

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The Air Jordan 11 Cherry has been confirmed to be releasing in full family sizing on December 10th, but if you want the best price without having to deal with the stress of trying to seek out a pair, keep your eyes on . Our verified stores offer sneakers on the secondary market with zero buyer fees, and flexible delivery options to suit your needs.

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