This weekend marks the release of a new Air Jordan 11 Low silhouette in black and white, for the spring and summer of 2017. Dubbed as the “Barons” iteration, the new set of kicks from the Jumpman takes cues from the Air Jordan 9 Baron sneaker by adding the colorways of the shoes onto the canvas of the Air Jordan 11 Low.

The upcoming Air Jordan 11 Low Barons will feature a black nubuck upper with hits of ash grey on the patent leather portion of the shoes. The sneakers will also include leather on the heel cage of each silhouette while a white midsole sits atop of an icy translucent bottom outsole.

The Air Jordan 11 Low first debuted in 1996 when Michael Jordan took the court in a special player edition pair. The shoe was later released to the general public in 2001 and was later retroed by the Jordan Brand in 2013.

The Air Jordan 11 Low Black and White is scheduled to release worldwide on Sat., May 27, for a suggested price of $190. Look for Jordan Brand retailers and Nike Basketball retailers to carry the shoes in full size run.

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