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One of the world's most popular sneakers, and an undeniable icon of Jordan Brand, the Air Jordan 11 "Bred" recently got its fourth retro edition, and unsurprisingly so. The "Bred" was one of the OG queue-creating sneakers and this remastered version can still be copped at resale platform StockX for a very reasonable price.

Jordan Brand fans will no doubt be eager to pick up a shoe that pays homage to Michael Jordan coming out of retirement to earn a fourth title with the Chicago Bulls. And they'll be glad they can do so for only slightly above the original retail price. StockX data shows that the sneaker, which is being snapped up in vast quantities (37,187 total sales via StockX at the time of writing), is currently reselling at an average price of $260. With the sought-after shoe retailing at $220, this is an attractive offer for those looking to add an iconic silhouette to their rotation.

Since the Jordan 1 first dropped back in 1985 dressed in black and red, the colorway has been an aesthetic signature of the brand, appearing on the shoe's numerous retros. This updated iteration stays true to its history, with patent leather black upper overlays offset by a red sole and Jumpman detail.

Get the Air Jordan 11 "Bred" 2019 at StockX.

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NikeAir Jordan 11 Retro Playoffs Bred (2019)
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