Jordan Brand continues to push its low top Air Jordan 11 this season with the introduction of a brand new colorway of the classic sneaker. Inspired by the team colors of the New York Yankees baseball team, the sneaker is appropriately dubbed the Blue Binary pair and dipped in the dark hue palette of the Bronx Bombers.

Releasing this weekend at select Jordan Brand retailers, the pair of sneakers features a premium nubuck construction in a navy blue colorway. A white hue is added to the shoe's midsole while bottom includes a clear, transparent outsole. To round out the look, Jordan Brand gives the pair a fancy touch by incorporating premium leather shoelaces on the sneakers.

In 2017, Jordan Brand created a similar pair of shoes, but in a high top version, as a tribute to former Yankee great Derek Jeter. Made exclusively for friends and family of Jeter, the Jumpman created only five pairs of this Air Jordan 11, which now currently retail for more than $30,000.00 a pair at select sneaker consignment stores.

The Air Jordan 11 Low Binary Blue will release this Sat., May 14, at select Jordan Brand retailers and online sites for a suggested price of $200.

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