For the first time ever, Jordan Brand is making use of Nike's self-lacing Adapt technology in one of its sneakers. The Air Jordan 11 Adapt brings a customizable fit at the touch of a button to one of the basketball world's most iconic silhouettes. Dropping on December 30, it's available to secure at StockX right now.

Ever since that pair of self-lacing Nike high tops appeared in Back to the Future II back in 1989, sneakerheads were hungry for a shoe that didn't require any bending down. It wasn't until 2016 that the Swoosh released its first IRL self-lacer, though.

With Nike's pioneering FitAdapt technology, the Air Jordan 11 Adapt allows users to customize the fit of the basketball sneaker via a smartphone app. Through the Adapt app, users can also change the color and flashing pattern of the self-lacing buttons on the sneaker. Nike Adapt shoes are powered by rechargeable batteries.

This all happens in time for the Jordan 11's 25th anniversary, with Nike marking the occasion with several new AJ11 releases. Combining icon status with future-forward tech, the Air Jordan 11 Adapt goes with a black and white upper, much like the OG colorway of the Jordan 11. Here, though, the AJ11 gets treated to infrared details, midsole lights, and a translucent outsole.

StockX market data is reflecting the hype expected around this first for Jordan Brand, with the sneaker currently selling for an average of $660. Its 52-week high price reached $2,214 on the platform, which means it could be a smart time to cop a future classic. The US, EU, and UK plug versions are all available at StockX.

Buy the Air Jordan 11 Adapt at StockX below.

Jordan 11 Adapt (EU Plug)

Jordan 11 Adapt (EU Plug)

$588

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Jordan 11 Adapt (UK Plug)

Jordan 11 Adapt (UK Plug)

$591

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Jordan 11 Adapt

Jordan 11 Adapt

$824

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