Jordan Brand has good news today for all of its sneakerheads worldwide as it announces the return of the Air Jordan 11 Low in one its most popular colorways.

Originally released back in the summer of 1996, Jordan Brand re-released the shoes in 2015 in a slew of colorways that included the Cobalt and the Croc iterations. For the summer of 2017, Jordan Brand plans to drop another version of the coveted sneaker and this time it'll bring back the obsidian colorway. Dressed entirely in a navy blue colorway, this Air Jordan 11 Low features an upper made out of suede and leather materials, while white midsole adds a bit of a bright color to the canvas of the sneakers. Sitting atop a gum outsole, the sneakers overall look remain the same as the 1996 version—making these a must-have retro classic for Jordan collectors.

Dropping this colorway for the first time, in a very longtime, the Air Jordan 11 Low IE Obsidian will be available at select Jordan Brand and Nike accounts and will retail for a suggested price of $170, starting this Sat., July 29.

In related Jordan Brand news, rapper Travis Scott recently unveiled a pair of unreleased Jordan Trunner LXs in an eye-catching color that featured the rapper's record label logo.

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