This December will bring back one of the game’s most hyped sneakers when the Air Jordan XI ‘Bred’ releases. Jordan Brand has been throwing this remarkable colorway on kicks since their first release back in 1985. But when the AJ 11 donned the Black/Red it took this iconic colorway to a whole new level because of its use of patent leather and mesh materials. Well what if all of these features were transferred to another Jordan model, would it be able to reach the almost mythical like status the ‘Bred’ 11 has? With LOBE’s latest custom we get a look at what most certainly would never come to life if it weren’t for these spot on customs. The Air Jordan VI ‘XI Bred’ makes use of the 11 models color blocking as well as black patent leather and ballistic mesh. Check out the images below and let us know if you’d like to see JB do some material swaps on other models.
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